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Area: 5888268 km2
Countries:
Brazil; Peru; Suriname; France; Colombia; Guyana; Bolivia; Venezuela; Ecuador
Cities:
Santa Cruz; Manaus; La Paz
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Total Organizations: 6
Total Projects: 13
Priority SDGs: --
Priority Industries: --
Profile Completion: 50%

Water Challenges

As reported by organizations on the Hub.

33.3%
Compliance with Local Regulations and Widely-Accepted Standards
33.3%
Land Use Issues
33.3%
Water Pricing

Region Overview

Organizations in Congo


Antea Group is an international engineering and environmental consulting firm with access to more than 3,000 consultants in over 100 offices around the world. Our Sustainability Practice brings together management consultants and technical experts offering solutions from strategy through implementation ... Learn More

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

LYSECONCEPT « Biological Pit » 6 in 1 A biotechnology providing a global, definitive, ecological, economical, biological and productive solution: 1. To the problem of waste water management ; 2. To the problem of the total elimination of excrements ; ... Learn More

Nanochemistry for the solution of mixed agriculture problems and improvement of environmental state influence of nanosilica on the water phase transitions in hygroscopic systems----investigation of nanosilica and yeast cells based composite for soil and water waste treatment---environmentally friendly nanocomposite systems ... Learn More

WaterStep responds to critical needs for safe water by evaluating and implementing solutions and teaching people to use those tools. WaterStep saves lives with safe water by empowering communities to take care of their own long-term water needs. We believe ... Learn More

Projects in Congo


Based in north-east Zambia, the Chambeshi Water Security Partnership (CWSP) was created in 2017 to ensure continued sound water management in the region while agricultural activities are intensifying. The partnership aims to ensure that water resources are governed, protected, and ... Learn More

We are currently installing a water treatment system on the grounds of Esepan Secondary School. Gravity and sunlight will power the water treatment system to provide clean drinking water for the students, staff, and community at large.Project Results375 school children ... Learn More

Improved access to safe drinking water for people living in the Rubavu District where coverage is scattered and often dispreseredd. The goal will be to connect all agglomerations by the installation of public standpipes or the realisation of private connections. Learn More

The project consist of improving the O&M of rural water supply systems to ensure a sustainable supply in rural areas of Rwanda,we work towards this goal by managing our water supply systems in a professional,cost effective and efficient way. The ... Learn More

The project will increase access to drinking water for the population of Rubavu District, living in settlements that are not yet connected to the water supply system. Which means that the population of these settlements have to walk long distances ... Learn More

Educating the community on water, sanitation & health through providing teaching at the local clinic, the local schools and at community meetingsProject ResultsWe have successfully engaged the community in all our activities and have full support from the local chief. ... Learn More

Project WET is currently active in more than 75 countries around the world through a network of partner organizations that range from small NGOs to major international corporations and organizations. We only go where we’re invited! We work with our ... Learn More

BRALIRWA, a Heineken subsidiary, partnered with local government authorities in the Rubavu district to support the planting of over 10,300 trees on Rubona Hill – a place that is susceptible to major environmental threats due to heavy landslides and soil ... Learn More

The overall plan is to increase improved access to and use of safe water and sanitation services and improve hygiene practices to 4400 people in target communities in the Sagnarigu District by the end of 2016. Specifically, the project seeks ... Learn More

WASH and Learn is a programme addressing the water, sanitation and hygiene needs in schools and surrounding communities in selected areas in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. The programme will use an integrated WASH approach so work on water supply, sanitation ... 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

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 project will improve the drinking water service to the population of the Musanze and Nyabihu District, living in the aforementioned settlements. These settlements are not yet connected to the Mutera water supply system. These settlements will be connected to ... Learn More

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