Spring Cleaning: Soap Presses have arrived in Burma and and Egypt this spring! Our friends in Indonesia are continuing to benefit from theirs.

  Since 2013, it has yielded some amazing numbers: now in 18 countries, around 150 hotel partners, partners with 11 Non-Governmental Organizations, 240 tons of soap saved from landfills, over 500,000 soap bars made/distributed/sold, nearly 41,600 people receiving free soap a month, and 150 people now employed thanks to Soap For Hope. 

 

Full Belly Project is a non-profit

organization dedicated to

empowering people in rural

communities.

 

Our Solar Hand Cart

is primed for North America.

The Solar Hand Cart

(Patent Pending)

A Mobile Water Pump

Harnesses the Power of the Sun

 

 

                                            

Your donation is essential in helping us continue the work that we do.

 

We sincerely thank you for all of your support.

 

Read the latest from the RePlan It with Jock Brandis television series blog: 

http://replanit.tv/author/replanit/

BLOG ARCHIVE:

Back in 2012 Yale student Colin Pawlowski was in Guatemala field testing aflatoxin-reducing technologies that the Full Belly Project developed His story is here:

http://fightingaspergillus.blogspot.com/

From 2009 to 2011 Wilmington native David Campbell served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Sengal. Read what he accomplished there:


stayinggroundedontherun.blogspot.com/

Peace Corps volunteers Judy and Dave Smith are back from Armenia:

http://wwwjudybdavido.blogspot.com

 

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