Grants Funded by NCIIA: Sustainable Vision

Grants Funded by NCIIA: Sustainable Vision
Below are Sustainable Vision grants funded by NCIIA in recent years. Click any link for more information about the grantees, their project and their institution.
View all grants funded in most recent cycle.


Affordable Universal Socket
for Amputees in Third World Countries
Building on Tradition:
Indigenous Green Housing
Cycle Ventures:
The Rickshaw Bank Partnership
Enabling Effective Management
of Neonatal Jaundice in Rural India
Flexible Ad hoc Networks
for Scarce Environments
Pico-hydro Electric Power
for Isolated Villages
Improved Rural Health Care Through
Low-Cost Telecommunication in Waslala, Nicaragua
SocialLite Sustainable Venture Accelerator The Human-Powered Nebulizer
in Central America


Advanced Field and Laboratory Testing
for a Sustainable Solar Sanitation System
Affordable Solar Thermal Microgenerator Technology
for Rural Cogeneration in Southern Africa
Building A Global Network to Support Sustainable
Information and Communication Technologies Entrepreneurship in Senegal
Building a Global Sustainable
Supply Chain for Appropriate Technology
Clean Water and Energy Technology
Enterprises for Ifugao, Philippines
Engineering a Sustainable Business Model Framework for
Scalable Mobile Entrepreneurship in the Developing World
GlobalResolve: Development of a Sustainable
Gelfuel Business in Rural Ghana
High Efficiency Stove Microenterprise Low-Cost Solar/Wind Drip Irrigation
for Small Farmers in Developing Countries
Mashavu: Networked Health Solutions
for the Developing World
Sustainable Community-based Arsenic Removal Systems in Remote
Villages of Cambodia in South East Asia


Battery Certification Program for
Lead Battery Manufacturing in Vietnam
Developing Sustainable
Off-Grid Energy Systems in Rural Mali
Low-Cost Solar
Water Heater
Sustainable Technology-Based
Entrepreneurship for the Senegalese Market
GlobalResolve: Starting a GelFuel
Business in Rural Ghana
Hydraulic Hybrid Retrofits
for Developing Nations
International Partnership on Safe Water
Technology for Rural Communities in Developing Countries
Pico-Hydropower Franchising:
A Test Bed in Rural Honduras
Strengthening Manufacturing Capacity of Burmese
Metalworking Firms to Promote Sustained Development
Development of a Business Model for the Implementation
of a Sustainable Point of Use Water Filter Program in the Dominican Republic