Kimberly Fogg is the Founder and CEO of Global Sustainable Partnerships (GSP) and for the past 9 years, her organization has been providing access to clean/safe drinking Water using innovative water technology. GSP also teaches Sanitation, Health and Hygiene (WASH) practices in schools/orphanages/households/health dispensaries in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Global Sustainable Partnerships (GSP)
GSP promotes and advocates for sustainable community development solutions using innovative water technologies, drone technology/humanitarian/disaster relief and basic technological building blocks (e.g., electricity, phone/internet connections and cold storage) that aide in empowering girls/women, resulting in positive economic, social/political change throughout Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean.
To date, GSP has installed over 800 water filters in 60 schools, over 200 households, 4 orphanages, 57 government and faith-based health centers and one District hospital. Because of the success of GSP’s “Water is the Lifeline of Life” initiative in the Meru school district (Tanzania), the District was awarded certificates, car and bikes for winning the Sanitation and Environmental Health Competition in 2018 and 2nd place in 2017. The Meru School District has been selected again to represent the Arusha Region again in the 2019 Sanitation and Environmental Health Competition. In addition, GSP recently donated filters to families in Mozambique/Zimbabwe impacted by the cyclone and donated filters to families in Haiti impacted by the earthquake in 2010. Learn more about GSP here
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