We have over three decades of experience in designing and implementing cutting-edge, evidence-based programs in water supply, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH); building healthy cities; and smaller-scale community development.
Through our WASH program, we work in partnership with government institutions, women’s and citizens’ groups, grassroots organizations, and researchers to bring water, sanitation, hygiene services and solutions to underserved communities.
We are part of a team of organizations implementing the USAID-funded Building Healthy Cities project in Danang, Vietnam, which aims to refocus city policies, planning, and services with a health equity lens while improving data-driven decision-making for smart cities.
Since 1988, East Meets West has been supporting the needs of rural and peri-urban communities in Vietnam and continues to support projects to build resilient communities, one family at a time, because we know small-scale programs can be incubators for larger impact programs of the future.
East Meets West is an international NGO pioneering evidence-based programs in water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), healthy cities, and resilient communities. In the United States, we are known as Thrive Networks.