2016, a successful year for the ‘Education for Changing the Electronic Waste Cycle in Burundi’ project.
The “Education for Changing the Electronic Waste Cycle in Burundi” project carried out by GLICE with the support of the King Baudouin Foundation and WorldLoop, is entering its third year. ...More information
WorldLoop and PARO-CI, an excellent relationship
Creating awareness on the risks of bad e-waste recycling within the informal sector and aiding them to find solutions and connect to the formal e-waste recycling actors is an important part of improving the work situation for thousands of informal e-waste recyclers, helping them ...More information
Let’s Talk trash finalist for the Digital 4 Development Prize (iChoose category)
On November 30th 2016 WorldLoop was honoured to participate to the 2016 edition of the Innovation Fair and the Digital for Development (D4D) awards which took place at the African Museum in Tervuren, Belgium. The day started with th...More information
StEP released a new Green Paper on Leaded Glass from CRTs
The United Nations’ Solving the E-waste Problem (StEP) Initiative, founded in 2007, is a global consortium of companies, research institutes, governmental agencies, internati...More information
Welcome to Emilia, our new project manager!
Last month, WorldLoop welcomed its new project manager, Emilia. She is a very motivated teammate, who is truly interested in making a difference in this world by continuing to building a more sustainable society. Emilia’s help was very welcome, as WorldLoop has been very busy l...More information
The “Education for Changing the Electronic Waste Cycle in Burundi” project – Update
In January 2015, The King Baudouin Foundation, WorldLoop and Great Lakes Initiatives for Communities Empowerment (GLICE) kicked off a 3-year project in Burundi, “Education for Changing the Electronic Waste Cycle in Bu...More information
We are looking for an intern – Community & Knowledge Manager
Interested in the cross-road between development and social entrepreneurship? Passionate about helping social entrepreneurs start up responsible businesses in developing countries, engaging with global companies to bring sustainable solutions for a circular economy? We might have...More information
WorldLoop Activities | 2016 mid – year update
WorldLoop is proud to announce that during this first half of 2016, our partners have already collected and dismantled 397 tonnes of e-waste. Also, WorldLoop’s partners have shipped 4 containers: ...More information
The WEEE Center visits WorldLoop
From the 10th till the 16th of September, we had the pleasure of receiving Seth Munyambu, manager of the WEEE Center as well as Miriam Ndavi, Head of Technical Team of ...More information
The 2015 Annual Report is now online!
Dear Friends, Partners and Supporters, We are pleased to release the 2015 Annual Report. With 355 tonnes of e-waste collected in Africa and 6 containers shipped to Europe in 2015, we clearly see that local awareness and interest in e-waste c...More information