Village Tech Solutions works to improve living conditions in developing countries.
- To stimulate innovation in technology, and in programs which enable needy beneficiaries to acquire such technologies.
- To provide job training services and facilities.
- To collaborate with other nonprofit organizations in their non-profit activities.
- To aid, support, and assist by gifts, contributions, training, technical assistance, or otherwise.
- To do any and all lawful activities which may be necessary, useful, or desirable for the furtherance, accomplishment, fostering, and attainment of the mission.
- WireBridges–working together with Rotary clubs to fund an upgrade on all 32 in Nepal
- SafaPani–(arsenic removal tech) we have two student teams on this: Dartmouth and Co. Sch. of Mines
- Looma—two volunteers active in Nepal, sundry programmers, plus one (or perhaps two) CSM student teams
Pam Campbell joined ISI in the summer of 2013, and became ISI Project Director in January 2014. Pam’s previous career was in healthcare administration. Her life-long interest in sustainability and environmental issues led her to ISI. Pam shares her UC Berkeley Alma Mater with Dr. Cole, and holds a Masters degree in Public Administration, University of San Francisco.