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Partnerships can be seen as short-term catalysts for the establishment of long-term water stewardship institutions. Often, partnerships begin when stakeholders affected by water issues in a catchment or site decide to work together to address risks, threats, and opportunities. Upon ... Learn More

Consider a balance of different funding sources when initiating and maintaining projects. Admittedly, without confirmed funding, it may be difficult to convince partners to come on board. However, the type and distribution of funding can impact the longer-term sustainability and ... Learn More

Designing the long-term viability of the partnership beyond initial funding requires specific investment in partnership development. This long-term focus is as important as achieving the project objectives. When designing the start of the partnership, envision how the organisation will sustain ... Learn More

When implementing a project, consider whether to hire external contractors or engage the local community to do the work. If the project must occur quickly due to changing conditions, a professional external contractor may be best able to implement the ... Learn More

The Idea about this project was to enhance active participation of communities /consumers to have active role in decision making especially on services offered by water sectors.Its also a platform availed for both the service providers and consumers to air ... Learn More

Ghana's utility sector includes the Water, Sanitation, and Electricity Sectors. Ghana water sector is segmented into two parts and is identified as the Urban Water Sector and Community Water sector. The Urban Water sector comprises about 87 cities and towns ... Learn More

“Water stewardship•shared value creation” project is a joint project implemented by Stora Enso and Kemira, with the purpose of promoting responsible water management and community engagement in Guangxi Province in Southern China, and the total investment is about 800,000 Euros. ... Learn More

Os projetos de Captação de Água Pluvial da Rede Engenheiros sem Fronteiras encontram sua maior dificuldade na aquisição do material para construção dos módulos. Uma vez que somos uma Organização Social e não temos lucro, precisamos buscar outros meios de ... Learn More

Millions of people globally do not have ready access to running water at their homes. They are forced to walk 6 – 10 miles carrying heavy (47 lb. – 21Kgs) water containers daily. The cost of having water delivered is ... Learn More

A professional services firm, focusing on the water, wastewater & environment sector. Provides: project management; IWRM; WCDM; Water Quality; Regulatory compliance; Hazard & Risk Management in the sector; Institutional alignment to water & wastewater services delivery. Learn More