WE START AT MAD & GO BEYOND
TOGETHER WE PROVOKE THE FRONTIERS OF WHAT IS POSSIBLE
Together with MAD people across sectors, industries and 17 countries we have co-created
a sanitation innovation model that has pushed beyond what we could imagine.
A MAD Model where Human Waste Powers Education.
Through combining two of the world's greatest challenges; sanitation and education,
emerged the opportunity for a closed-loop, community-driven ecosystem: using human waste to fund schools.
Now it is time to put the model to the test. And You are invited.
Over two days we will explore the technical feasibility and economic viability of the sanitation ecosystem model.
You are receiving this invitation because we know Your input will Make A Difference.
We urge you to come to both days. To break new ground we need diverse perspectives. As Einstein said; “we won’t solve today’s problems with the same mindset that created them” (we would un-humbly add: "even less so the challenges of tomorrow"). In other words, if you feel this is not your area of expertise - that is a part of the reason we chose you (and if this is your area of expertise, that is also why we chose you). You have all been handpicked to co-create a conversation and approach to address this 2,3 billion person problem.
P.S. Workshop participants will be eligible to apply to travel with MAD to Uganda in April 2020 for the site visit with the Sanitation Africa team and local community.
THE MAD METHOD
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.
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.
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.
Drop us a line BEFORE THE 15th OF JAN
LOOKING FORWARD TO CO-CREATE THE FUTURE!