Author: Nicole Scott

When you meet Rosa for the first time, she comes off as pretty shy and you are struck with how tiny she is…

If you’ve been following this blog, you already know that Nuru’s water and sanitation program staff members are developing a safe, low-cost latrine…

Boke (pronounced Bow-kay) just completed his summer internship with Nuru-Kenya.  A lot of Boke’s classmates did their internships in Nairobi near their university,…

I recently returned back to Kenya after a little break in the States – to see my husband, meet my new nephew and…

Our journey in Building Local Capacity to Construct Safe, Low Cost Latrines continues, and Nuru’s Water and Sanitation Program team members are having…

At Nuru we recognize that improved sanitation is a critical part of our holistic integrated model to end extreme poverty.  Diseases associated with…

For our water and sanitation program we’ve become convinced that need and demand are not the same, and that demand is the key…

The Water Crisis in Poor Rural Communities When we think about water, we often picture a glass of clear water or a cartoon-like…

Reflections on the Past 6 Months Leaving Kuria is always hard to do. But, I’m leaving absolutely delighted with the progress we’ve made,…

Over a year ago, we launched our Rainwater Catchment Pilot Project to help us answer the question – Is household rainwater catchment a…