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2.74 out of 5
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87 out of 248 Countries
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Total Organizations: 3
Total Projects: 18
Priority SDGs: --
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Profile Completion: 36%

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Organizations in Mozambique

We form part of the Barnes Group of Companies. We leverage our ability off owning our own steel manufacturing mill, whoch then supplies into our wholly owned primary manufacturing companies, who then produce standard and customer specific products which are ... Learn More

HYDROC is an association of independent consultants, -scientists and -engineers, providing water-related services through a network of national and international experts. Our concept uses the synergies of our combined expertise for the successful implementation of a variety of projects. Our ... Learn More

The Water Resilience Coalition, founded in 2020, is an industry-driven, CEO-led coalition of the UN Global Compact's CEO Water Mandate that aims to elevate global water stress to the top of the corporate agenda and preserve the world's freshwater resources ... Learn More

Projects in Mozambique

This area outside Maputo (Moçambique) became very popular again since the chinese finished the road to Ponta Doura and South Africa. Before the road has been finished this area was dificult to reach due to poor road contitions. In 2014 ... Learn More

The goal of this project is to improve access to sustainable water and sanitation services in small towns in Mozambique through the investment in both capacity of asset managers (AIAS) and water and sanitation operators. Learn More

CPWF (challenge programme for water and food) is an international, multi-institutional research initiative with a strong emphasis on north-south and south-south partnerships. The initiative brings together research scientists, development specialists, and river basin communities in Africa, Asia and Latin America ... Learn More

- Organise short term missions of Dutch experts that visit FIPAG Region North (FRN) to give training to local staff from different departments - Set up and execute Non Revenue Water reducing pilots - Support FRN with the mapping of ... Learn More

In Nampula, Football For Water will cover primary schools in Angoche and Rapale districts with new WASH infrastructure, WorldCoaches training and football competitions. Football For Water will intervene to boost the quality of life of covered communities and contribute to ... Learn More

Human Resource Capacity Assessments performed by IWA in the water and sanitation sector of 15 countries revealed gaps in the availability and quality of the workforce and in particular poor levels of participation by women. The water sector lacks skilled ... Learn More

- Strengthened FIPAG Northern regional office in promoting best practices and knowledge exchange; - Capacitated staff in finance, business planning & control to ensure financial sustainability - Capacitated staff in the fields of project management, investment proposals, maintenance (of all ... Learn More

This project will contribute to reducing poverty and enhancing food, health and nutritional security in the Limpopo River Basin by analysing the status of agricultural water use, access and productivity, and identifying opportunities for improved agricultural water management.Project Results-Promoting sustainable ... Learn More

The project aimed to build awareness and capacity for environmental flows assessment in the basin and identify institutional and legal mechanisms for mainstreaming environmental flows. Interest in environmental flows in the region had been promoted by the South African Water ... Learn More

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Water scarcity is an increasing phenomenon that already affects 4 billion people today. Water resources are becoming scarcer due to population growth, an increased water footprint and climate change. The key objective of this project is to get sustainable access ... Learn More

WaterAid is an international NGO focused exclusively on ensuring equitable access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene education (WASH) for the world’s poorest communities. Formed in 1981 we have been working in water, sanitation and hygiene for over 30 years. ... Learn More

The goal is to lower the risk of water-borne diseases among 800 families and thereby elevate their economic activity and income. Also, family members do not need to travel big distances daily to purchase safe drinking water any longer. Less ... Learn More

This project is targeting Munhava, which is one of the poorest areas of Beira. It improves the livelihoods of 11.300 people directly by increasing the water coverage and indirectly to 4.200 people by improving the water pressure. Learn More

To connect the area to the drinking water network of FIPAG, 18,8 KM pipeline will be laid, 10 standpipes are going to be constructed and FIPAG will promote household connections. This will improve access to water for around 8.200 people ... Learn More

This project aims to improve health of people in Nametil, by improving access to water- and sanitation with constructing water and sanitation infrastructure and organizing awareness activities Learn More

The objective of the project is to sustainably increase access to potable water at affordable price for 54300 poor people in Nampula, Angoche and Nacala who depend on public stand posts. The project aims to (re)connect and/or refurbish/renew 170 public ... Learn More

The project aims to improve access to sustainable water and sanitation services in 15 small towns in Mozambique. It does so by strengthening both the capacity of the asset manager (AIAS) as well as the operators of water and sanitation ... Learn More

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