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Construction of boreholes at a number of secondary schools in Songea District will provide clean and safe water. Training is provided as well to enable long-term sustainability of the project.Project ResultsProviding access to clean and safe water for over 4,000 … Learn More

The construction of a borehole for St. Teresa's Orphanage will provide clean and safe water for the local community and orphans.Project ResultsThree hundred fifty people, including 146 orphans and 204 community members, around the borehole. Learn More

The California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Colorado River Basin Region, has been actively involved in the cleanup of the New River and has been a significant force in molding the proceedings. The Regional Board has monitored the water quality … Learn More

California Farm Water Success Stories series, document how agricultural water stewardship practices are at work on-the-ground, at the farm and irrigation district level. Ten short video interviews offer first-person insights from these innovative water managers. In addition to the success … Learn More

KING III is arguably the world’s leading corporate governance standard and is a term used to refer to both “The King Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa (The Institute of Directors in Southern Africa) September 2009” and “The King … Learn More

Water Futures-Tanzania is working to bring stakeholders from different sectors together to develop action-orientated solutions for better management of water in the Wami-Ruvu River Basin and the city of Dar-es-Salaam. Together, TBL, WWF, and GIZ conducted a water risk assessment … Learn More

The Itawa springs and its supporting ecosystem is an important water resource supplying water for domestic and industrial purposes to the city of Ndola in the Copperbelt. In recent years, the physical integrity of the spring and surrounding riparian environment … Learn More

South African Breweries Ltd (SAB Ltd), WWF South Africa and GIZ have come together to help tackle the issue of Water Scarcity in South Africa. The organizations share the common objective of developing strategic responses to future water risks faced … Learn More

The Transboundary Aquifer Assessment Program - Arizona/Sonora (TAAP-A/S) is performing assessments of the aquifers shared by Arizona and Sonora. This program has compiled two databases of published materials related to groundwater in the binational upper Santa Cruz and San Pedro … Learn More

Forests provide much of the world’s most biodiverse habitat on land, making their protection a priority for maintaining biodiversity. They also provide flood control and water regulation benefits. In 2011, we launched a new environmental initiative with funding to help … Learn More