By testing out appropriate technologies, ECHO bears the risk of trying something new.
When we are confident that technologies are viable, affordable and culturally appropriate, we introduce them to our network of missionaries and development workers serving in more than 190 countries around the world.
Communities are finding solutions to end hunger, water-borne diseases, smoke-related health problems, post-harvest food losses and more.
Thursdays 9:30 a.m.
ECHO provides hands-on and experiential STEM activities for local Southwest Florida students. At the Anderson Appropriate Technology Center, young people get to explore some of the challenges that make life difficult for families worldwide.