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The untapped potential of decentralised safe drinking water enterprises
Report on the current state of the SWE market
Safe Water Enterprises (SWEs) provide a modular, decentralized approach to delivering safely treated drinking water in the developing world. In January 2017 a report was completed by Dalberg Global Development Advisors on the current state of the SWE market. This report analyzed 14 SWEs that serve a total of 3 million people and also undertook a global market assessment. Key findings include the potential to serve billions of people and the challenges, which are clearly identified in the study, to be overcome if this potential is to be realized.
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Sarphati Sanitation Awards 2017 – the Jury has decided!
October 5, 2017
World Waternet , Netherlands Water Partnership and Aqua for All initiated the biennial Sarphati Sanitation Award in 2013 to honor the outstanding contribution of individuals or organizations to the global sanitation and public health challenge through entrepreneurship. This year the Sarphati Sanitation Awards will be handed out for the third time during the Amsterdam International Water Week on Monday…Continue reading this article
A primary in Africa: UDUMA vies to provide 560.000 people in rural Mali with drinking water for the next 15 years
September 28, 2017
Thierry Barbotte (UDUMA), Arco van der Toorn (Aqua for All), Bourama Traore (Bere Consulting), Nicolaas van der Wilk (UDUMA), Lionel Cormier (Demeter Partners), Abdoul Abdou (SNV-Mali) and Emmanuel Diarra (AKVO-Mali) at the offical launch in Mali In July Aqua for All received formal notification from the Sustainable Water Fund (FDW) of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign…Continue reading this article
Football for Water is a program which combines the love of sport with access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) at public schools in Ghana, Kenya and Mozambique.
VIA Water finds solutions to urban water problems in the cities of 7 African countries. The program cultivates ‘Innovation through co-creation’, focusing primarily on social innovation.
Utilities take action to improve water quality at point of use Local water utilities in Ethiopia are taking on a new role: the promotion and sales of household water filters to improve the quality of drinking water at the point of use!
The amount of people at the Base of the (global wealth) Pyramid (BoP) whose lives we have helped improve.
The total amount of project and program money we have managed for funds and (government) grant programs.
The amount of companies we have worked with over the years, as (co-)financing partners or otherwise.