Solving Humanitarian Issues Worldwide
Chemists Without Borders solves humanitarian problems by mobilizing the resources and expertise of the global chemistry community and its networks.
The most common problems include poor water quality, maldistribution of medicines and vaccines, and lack of chemical education. Chemists Without Borders focuses on duplicating and providing proven solutions. Entrepreneurship is built into our programs as much as possible so that those we help can become more prosperous and help others.
Recent and current projects include validation of a composite-iron-matrix arsenic-removal water filter, field verification of a low cost, low tech arsenic measurement device, provision of water filters for rural Bangladesh, and designing secondary science lab exercises for Sierra Leone.
Annual Report 2013
Special Conference Speaker
Chemists Without Borders is pleased to announce that our "Chemists Without Borders Café" open conference call will feature Professor Rusty Myers of Alaska Pacific University, who leads our "Lois Labs" project to develop and distribute micro chemistry labsto schools in Sierra Leone. Rusty will update us about his recent trip to South Africa. 9 AM PST, July 2, 2015 The FreeConferenceCall conference dial-in number is +1 (605) 562-3130, and the participant access code is 796976#. When prompted enter the access code that has been assigned, including the # key. If you are calling from outside the US, check this link for local access phone numbers.
Support Our Project
You are invited to Chemists Without Borders IndieGoGo fund raising site which describes our work in Bangladesh on our Arsenic Education Project
Call InConference Calls are held the First Thursday of each month at 9 AM PST and Third Thursday of each month at 6 PM PST.
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