This concept is really interesting! Having 4 years of experience in the same sector, I have not seen a waterless solution where the sewage is turned to ash and urine into an organic fertilizer. Would love to read more about this technology and the sustainability of it, kindly advice where I might find published data about this.
I like your approach of making the local youth the drivers of change. What is the process of training these young individuals to deal with these issues at the grass root levels? Do you also engage in provision of the WaSH facilities or does your organization only provide training and workshops for its awareness? It's always motivating to know the different approaches being followed by various organizations to tackle similar problems.
Really inspiring work! I like your approach of empowering the beneficiaries through skill development and generation of economic opportunities. That is the most crucial part of curbing the problem of urban migration. I was wondering whether you keep a record of the progress of each enterprise created in the communities and for how long are you actively engaged with the community during the process of training and opportunity generation, could you throw some light on this?