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World Water Day Event explores an agenda for opportunities
Breaking through existing power patterns, linking inclusion to climate and inequality, using local knowledge and bringing the human factor back to the fore. Those were a few of the central messages during the World Water Day Event 2019, in KIT Royal Tropical Institute in Amsterdam. The theme was ‘SDG6: an agenda for opportunities’, linked to the worldwide UN-theme ‘Leaving no one behind’ for World Water Day. NWP and Aqua for All organised the event together. Sjef Ernes, outgoing director of Aqua for All, got inspired.
One of our key programs is VIA Water
VIA Water supports innovative projects that solve water problems in African cities.
News and Events
Our new Director Josien Sluijs & our Annual Report 2018 is out!
June 13, 2019
We are pleased to announce that Ms Josien Sluijs has been appointed as the new Director of Aqua for All as from the 1st of August 2019. She will take over the position of our present Director Sjef Ernes, who has decided to leave the organization as from July 2019. Ms Josien Sluijs has been…Continue reading this article
Our Annual Report 2018 is out!
June 12, 2019
We have learned over the years that projects (value), looking for money, is less effective than helping money that is looking for value. The challenge is to become more flexible and to find more space to move. For a long time we were under the impression that the financial world should get to…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 8 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.