30 January

Technical Feasibility Workshop


Identifying the technical, environmental and health prerequisites to be explored during the Uganda site visit. Exploring what would be needed for the successful adaptation of Swedish dehydration technology to safely capture and process nutrients from human waste into biofertilizer and other value creating outputs in low-income markets.


samuel malinga

UN's Global Youth Leader for SDG 6 Clean Water & Sanitation 

All MAD Leaps are anchored in MAD Pioneers. The ground-breaking innovators and leaders who raises the MAD Challenges.

Sam has been with us from start, and continues to provoke the frontiers of what is possible.

A true MAD role model. Sam will be with us for both workshops, as well as the onward MAD journey. 

31 January

Economic Viability Workshop

13.00 - 16.00

Identifying the economic and social prerequisites to be explored during the Ugandan site visit. Exploring what components and resources would be needed to build an economically-viable inclusive and sustainable closed-loop ecosystem, that provides local communities with revenue generating opportunities. Ensuring long-term economic, social and environmental benefits to the community. 

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