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STePP Demonstration Project Results

STePP Demonstration Project Results

Sustainable Technology Promotion Platform (STePP) Demonstration Project: Japanese technologies to fight COVID-19 in Africa and Asia

In November 2020, UNIDO launched the Sustainable Technology Promotion Platform (STePP) Demonstration Project, with US$ 4 million funds from Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs to transfer Japanese technologies and products to countries in Africa and Asia to limit the impact of the COVID-19. UNIDO’s ITPO Tokyo selected about 10 Japanese companies providing technology and technical training, and has been supporting their activities. This page highlights project results in each country.

Visit the following country projects for more details               

Projects in Africa

Kenya  Madagascar Morocco Nigeria Senegal Uganda

 


Projects in Asia

India Indonesia Mongolia Myanmar Nepal Viet Nam

 

*In the table below, you can see the names of companies and technologies that have been demonstrated and transferred in projects in the above countries.

Technologies [A to Z] Companies Countries 
Blood test analyzer Techno Medica Co., Ltd. Nigeria
Domestic wastewater treatment system Hinode Sangyo Co., Ltd. Morocco
Gasification incinerator for medical waste Kinsei Sangyo Co., Ltd. Kenya
Hypochlorous acid type disinfectant Solar Wind Technology Inc. Indonesia
Hypochlorous acid water generator Terios-Tec Co., Ltd. Senegal
TROMSO CO., Ltd. Vietnam
Incinerator for medical waste Chuwa industrial Co., Ltd. Madagascar
Senegal
Mobile inspection system with solar system TSP Taiyo Inc. Kenya
Mass production of alcohol-based hand rub and hygiene education SARAYA CO., Ltd. Uganda
Photocatalytic coating with antibacterial effect Marusyo Sangyo Co., Ltd. Kenya
Mongolia
Nepal
Water purification unit for hospitals Mitsubishi Chemical Aqua Solutions Co., Ltd. Myanmar
Water purifying system AGC INC. Viet Nam
Water regeneration system JTOP Co., Ltd. India