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In our almond orchards in the USA and Australia, technology helps us monitor plant health and needs in real-time, enabling optimum irrigation efficiency. In 2016, this technology helped to reduce water use by up to 10% while maximising growth rate … Learn More

In addition to actively investigating and implementing water conservation measures, this site: - Engages with the local community and water providers- Established site-specific water targets - Increased capital expenditures on water projects - Conducted a consultant-led water vulnerability assessment- Is … Learn More

Ford has undertaken several projects at its Cuautitlan Stamping and Assembly Plant (CSAP) in Mexico over the past five years, in response to increasing water stress in the area. A reverse osmosis (RO) and ultrafiltration (UF) system has been installed. … Learn More

To create water for poor and needy people. Learn More

Clearly define roles for each member of the partnership to ensure stakeholders and partners do not get confused regarding the partnership process. Roles are best defined through both verbal confirmation during stakeholder workshops and the written partnership memorandum of understanding. Learn More

Partner dependency causes the outcome of a partnership to rest on a single institution, threatening the long-term sustainability of the initiative. Programmes should be designed from a systemic perspective that includes multiple strategic partners. At a practical design level, the … Learn More

A strong partnership based on trust is important for project implementation and sustained success. Fostering local ownership and support for the partnership creates trust amongst project proponents and beneficiaries. A resilient, trust-based partnership can better address any challenges that arise … 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

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