ASU’s Laboratory for Energy And Power Solutions (LEAPS) implemented a combined medical, water and power system for South Sudanese refugees residing in Northern Uganda. The prototype system was financed by Office of Naval Research. Through a partnership with PIPELINE WORLDWIDE for logistics and Medical Teams International for continuous operation, the turnkey clinic is providing immediate benefits including: 1) Expanded medical care that serves 700 people per week, 2) Clean drinkingwater for health care professionals and clinic visitors, 3) Power for the clinic and onsite staff housing. Special thanks to additional project partners including: DIRTT Environmental Solutions, Solar Now, , Uganda District Health Office (DHO), Uganda Office of the Prime Minister (OPM), Industrial Water Innovations, Gensler, Tarkett, Adept Painting, and Wholesale Floors.

Watch the building of the Containerized Clinic on YouTube