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  • Proud of our partner Marie-Stella-Maris!

    May 11, 2017

    We congratulate #MarieStellaMaris on this great result and we are very proud to have been part of it. Many thanks on behalf of our local project partners in the field and especially on behalf of those who now (finally) have access to clean water! Thanks for the trust, the means and the moral support!

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  • Latest news on the Sarphati Sanitation Awards 2017

    April 25, 2017

    This year the Sarphati Sanitation Awards will be handed out for the third time during the Amsterdam International Water Week (30 October). In 2015 it was decided to make two Prize Categories and Dr. Kamal Kar of the CLTS Foundation was awarded for Lifetime Achievement in the creation of demand for sanitation. As for the…

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  • Safe Water Enterprises in Kenya: are they really safe, sustainable and affordable?

    April 25, 2017

    Safe Water Enterprises (SWEs) have emerged as credible providers of high quality-safe water in a financially sustainable way.  However, there are significant differences among them, which is worth a closer look. Aqua for All’s Managing Director Sjef Ernes visited Kenya (Isiolo, Turkana and Marsabit) at the beginning of April to find out what’s working and…

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  • Football for Water welcomes Stephen Ntow as their new Country Advisor in Ghana

    April 13, 2017

      Football for Water welcomes Stephen Ntow as their new Country Advisor in Ghana. Stephen was formerly involved in Football for Waters’ sustainable & innovative cost recovery program. He is the founder and Director of WASHealth Solutions (WHS) and has worked for the government, civil society and private sector of Ghana as a development consultant,…

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  • In Memoriam: Piers Cross  

    April 4, 2017

    Aqua for All is very sad to learn that Piers Cross has passed away on Wednesday 29 March 2017. Piers was well known for his contribution to the WASH sector and especially his remarkable positivism. He will remain a legend in the field of WASH. Besides his lifelong contribution to the WASH sector, we have…

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  • How to increase sustainability in rural water value chains  

    March 28, 2017

    From 7-11 March, Astrid van Agthoven, Sr. Program Manager Public Private Partnerships at Aqua for All, attended the review of the DGIS-funded UNICEF WASH program in Monrovia, Liberia which is implemented in 9 countries in West/Central Africa. The attendees who visited the “Partnership Oasis” where very interested in Aqua for All’s business development cases, PPPs…

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  • Dutch water utilities launch WaterWorX at celebration of World Water Day

    March 27, 2017

    The program to achieve this goal, WaterWorX, was launched at the national celebration of World Water Day in The Hague, the Netherlands on 22 March, 2017 In this program the Dutch water supply companies will set up Water Operational Partnerships (WOPs) with water utilities in Africa, Asia and Latin-America to support them in reducing non-revenue…

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  • Opening Safi Sana factory big success!

    March 27, 2017

    Safi Sana creates lasting opportunities in developing countries by making business driven, replicable programmes that combine sanitation, energy and agriculture. All Safi Sana value chain representatives present at opening ceremony The Safi Sana team is looking back at a very successful event with some splendid speeches of highly committed dignitaries, and lots of attention from…

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  • Register now for PPPCafé on April 6, 2017!

    March 20, 2017

    Public actor engagement is generally assumed to be crucial for the sustainability of PPP interventions as well as for system change. In this first edition of PPPCafé 2017 we invite you to explore the role of the public P in partnerships to better understand the diversity of public Ps (e.g. Dutch public P and local public…

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