WASH Program & Climate Change

Bangladesh flooded house - Impact of climate change

“Villagers stand on jute plants surrounding a flooded house in the Gaibandha District of Bangladesh. The country is among the most vulnerable to increased flooding with climate change. “ (PHOTOGRAPH BY JONAS BENDIKSEN, NAT GEO IMAGE COLLECTION) 村民們站在孟加拉國Gaibandha區一座被水淹沒的房屋周圍的黃麻植物上。該國是最易受氣候變化影響的國家之一。 “ (JONAS BENDIKSEN攝影,NAT GEO IMAGE COLLECTION) CTW is proud to be a part of UNICEF’s water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) program. WASH works in …

We Love Our Soap

Gyneth Tan-Murphy - Managing Director, Clean the World Asia

And our beneficiaries do too! Tests by SGS laboratories ensure our soap is up to cosmetic grade standards. This means each bar we produce transforms from used to better-than-new. The reason it is better-than-new? Not only is it high quality soap but they are repurposed. Thus reducing our carbon footprint. These soap bars are human tested, as we use it to wash …

University of Macau’s Visit to Guizhou, China

University of Macau volunteering in China

According to UNICEF and WHO around 1,000 children in China die from hygiene related illness every day. A harrowing statistic and one we would like to see change. Last month students from the University of Macau gave out bars of our soap. This was part of Henry Fok Pearl Jubilee College’s Service Learning Project in Guizhou, China. 500 children aged …