Techfortrade’s map showcases 3-D printing projects that benefit the developing world, including Not Impossible’s own Project Daniel.

Screenshot of techfortrade’s 3D4D map.

Screenshot of techfortrade’s 3D4D map.

Techfortrade shared their 3-D Printing for Development Map with us today, and we knew that we just had to share it with you. The map showcases 3-D printing projects that benefit the developing world, including Not Impossible’s own Project Daniel in Sudan.

Other projects include Field Ready, a nonprofit using 3-D printing to provide emergency tools and kits in disaster zones such Haiti, and 3D4AgDev, a program that helps women smallholder farmers in Africa to design and develop labor-saving agricultural tools through 3-D printing. 

View the map to find out about other 3-D projects for social good around the world. Maybe it will inspire you to come up with a 3-D project for your own community.

Techfortrade is a U.K. charity that focuses on connecting developing nations with emerging technology in order to facilitate trade.