GSAP strives for a new kind of aid: aid that is sustainable, collaborative and innovative. We create programs that foster empowerment and self-sufficiency with a strong emphasis on WAter, Sanitation, Healthy Hygiene (WASH) and education.
We are a nonprofit providing training, smart technology, and systems that support individual and community empowerment, as opposed to charity. This also requires deploying great systems and providing training and tools that move positive change forward — indefinitely —within the communities where it is most needed.
The Global Sustainable Aid Project (GSAP) focuses on these major areas:
We run several sustainable aid programs worldwide, offering training, tools and practical support in education, technology, sanitation and economic development.
We deploy smart technology, like the GSAP Microflush Toilet, and help to train local entrepreneurs and cooperatives in proper fabrication of these models, enabling them to start their own small businesses.
We promote sustainable aid values, and strive to be an example of a thorough and conscientious nonprofit working in international development.
Like many on-the-ground projects, our organization has evolved. For an early history of GSAP, please view our timeline.
For more details on specific projects, please click below: