Sanergy won 2nd prize in the 2011 “Oil Age Is Over” Category, sponsored by the Stiefel Family Foundation.

They franchise sanitation units to create a Fresh Life network across Nairobi’s urban slums, offering an affordable and effective alternative to sewers. Cities are responsible for a portion of the cost because residents invest in their own solutions. The toilets are high-quality, low-cost sanitation units. With a urine-diverting squat plate, they source-separate solid and liquid waste, making collection and conversion safe and easy. For the comfort and convenience of owners and users, amenities include a handwashing station with soap, water and a bin for feminine hygiene products. We offer support services to network members to ensure that they generate local demand and offer quality services to users. These include operational support, and a daily waste collection service.

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Mukuru locals enjoy better hygiene from fresh life toilets

Sanergy – Approved to post Kiva loans from: Rwanda

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Kiva Loan direct to Sanergy

Sanergy welcomes Kenya’s new sanitation policy

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Celebrating four years of affordable, hygienic sanitation for all!