AKYAS is a compostable Multi-use bag that can be used in multiple settings regardless of sanitation infrastructure, disinfects pathogens within the feces to prevent disease transmission, and offers single-use hygiene products to ensure hand hygiene.
Akyas will be a cheap, effective sanitation solution to populations who lack this basic service, such as in humanitarian crises as it easy to deploy. Also, Proper sanitation and hygiene will reduce suffering from disease and poor sanitation.
In addition, the product utilizes the energy within fecal products by transforming the feces into fertilizer that is safe for use. In turn, this might improve the viability of small-scale agriculture among families that can contribute to food security....
AKYAS is a compostable Multi-use bag that can be used in multiple settings regardless of sanitation infrastructure, disinfects pathogens within the feces to prevent disease transmission, and offers single-use hygiene products to ensure hand hygiene.
Akyas will be a cheap, effective sanitation solution to populations who lack this basic service, such as in humanitarian crises as it easy to deploy. Also, Proper sanitation and hygiene will reduce suffering from disease and poor sanitation.
In addition, the product utilizes the energy within fecal products by transforming the feces into fertilizer that is safe for use. In turn, this might improve the viability of small-scale agriculture among families that can contribute to food security.
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Robyn Lue
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Robyn Lue

Employees

Bara Wahbeh
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Bara Wahbeh CEO Hardworking, Visionary and an achiever
Layth Wahbeh
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Layth Wahbeh CEO Innovative, passionate
Sumaia Alziyadi
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Sumaia Alziyadi

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Ayman Hammoudeh Advisor at AKYAS

AKYAS presents a very promising approach for handling human feces and urine in crises as well as in places with poor sanitation infrastructure. The project leader, Bara Wahbeh, has a deep vision with a plenty of fruitful ideas. He is very active and doesn't let any difficulty stop him. He went far enough with the results to advance steadily towards commercialization.