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AEP is proactively reaching out and meeting with plant neighbors and community leaders to answer questions about the data collected so far and to discuss next steps. We’ve begun additional monitoring and evaluation to determine if there is any impact … Learn More

Alternative technologies for water re-use and recycling have continued to be evaluated while at the same time, alternative water supply opportunities are being explored.Project ResultsImproved water management Learn More

The site have invested £2 million in water conservation measures, to improve water use rates by 50% and minimise water withdrawals. The project was completed in the current reporting year. Additionally, the overall project at Pioneer site will also involve … Learn More

We are a family of four young graduates that would like to venture into the GREEN SCHEME currently taking place in Namibia.we have all studied abroad and built connections that can help us greatly in our journey. Nelao and brothers … Learn More

To be the number one choice in the provision of point-of-use (POU) water filtration to the vulnerable and marginalised in society so they too can have access to clean and safe water, thereby empowering their households in maintaining the integrity … Learn More

Inspired by personal experience growing up in communities, where school-going children walk long distances to secure water for their families before/ after going to school causing absenteeism resulting to school drop-outs. In 2013 we worked on research project about sustainable … Learn More

IWaSP partnership efforts in South Africa indirectly improved water security for 300,000 people in 2015. Over EUR250,000 was leveraged for partnerships from the private sector and over EUR500,000 from government departments. WaSP South Africa was the lead organiser of the … Learn More

Our response strategy at this site has been to implement an overall water stewardship programme, including capital investment and targets, specific to water stressed sites. The timeframe for this response strategy is the period of 2007 through 2020 - specifically, … Learn More

Effective engagement with local communities in nature-based solutions (NBS) projects requires thoughtful commitment. Build relationships with stakeholder groups and incorporate their input throughout the project lifecycle, from design and planning to project management and maintenance. Engaging and empowering a diverse … Learn More