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The Ecological Management Foundation (EMF) work closely together and share the same director and board members.

We are fortunate in receiving lots of inquiries from people wanting to help us in our work. Below you will find our response to the questions we are most frequently asked.

What can I do to help? 

EMF concentrates on research incubating and match makingin the field of small scale water and sanitation innovations applicable for developing markets. If you have a connection, back ground or affinity with any of the current projects of EMF and wish to join our network, please consult the "Join Network" section for further information.

Donate? 

Of course you can also help EMF by donating money. You can read about how to do so in the "Donate" section.

Finance a project?

If you would like to sponsor or finance a particular project EMF is working on, please consult the "Finance Project" section.

Volunteer?

Donating money is not the only way you can support us. You can also volunteer.  Volunteering is a great way to become involved in our activities. Currently, we have a pool of 6 volunteers who help us with communication, technical research, business development and financial enginering. For further details please consult the "Volunteer" section.

  

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