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The WASH alliance consists of seven alliance members (Simavi, Akvo, AMREF Netherlands, RAIN, WASTE, IRC, and Wetlands International) and will work in different countries and will have specific international programme activities. The Alliance works directly with around 113 Southern partners, with 3 other northern organizations as subcontractors (Both Ends, Practica Foundation, and RUAF/ETC) and a much broader group of southern and northern Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) t…
The WASH alliance consists of seven alliance members (Simavi, Akvo, AMREF Netherlands, RAIN, WASTE, IRC, and Wetlands International) and will work in different countries and will have specific international programme activities. The Alliance works directly with around 113 Southern partners, with 3 other northern organizations as subcontractors (Both Ends, Practica Foundation, and RUAF/ETC) and a much broader group of southern and northern Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) that cooperate within the Alliance. Complementarity is brought by strengthening civil society and bringing in innovative approaches, such as covering the full WASH chain within a new framework of sustainability, ICT solutions, and supporting WASH expertise centres on innovative technologies. Broad partnerships are built with a diverse array of actors in South and North (CSOs, knowledge institutes, financial institutions, governments, utilities and entrepreneurs). Public participation is enabled through a unique web-based reporting platform and embedded through the involvement of CSOs in the South and through public campaigning on advocacy issues by Alliance members and cooperation with private initiatives in the Netherlands.
AFORD Foundation (Aid for Development) is a local non-governmental organisation operating in the northern region of Ghana, with its headquarters in Tamale. AFORD was founded in 1996 and registered in 1997 by a group of development workers desiring to assist … Learn More
This project aims to improve access to sustainable water and sanitation services in Tala Upazila of Satkhira district, recognised as a disaster prone zone due to its Geo location. Learn More
This project aims to contribute to Nepal WASH program by strengthening local governance on WASH sector through formation and development of WASH institutions at local level. Learn More
Wuzda have considered water as a right for every person to access and also a basic necessity, Tamale rural by coverage has attracted 8.13% for a population of 61,175. Although Tamale is a metropolitan area but it has almost the … Learn More
This project seeks to contribute to DWA effort to improve services in the WASH Sector through the FIETS approach. The project is implementing in Gulu, Kitguma, and Lamwo in both Urban and rural communities. The main strategy borders on a … Learn More
Semi-urban model lift water system has been constructed by deep boring up-to 55 mts. deep & found 8 lps. discharge capacity of this source. Aim of this water system is to have access to safe drinking water and maintain personal … Learn More
The overall goal of the project is to reduce poverty and improve health, environmental and economic conditions. This is done by empowering people and creating an enabling environment for achieving increased sustainable access to and use of safe water and … Learn More
This initiative will contribute to capacity enhancement of WASH committees, school teachers and pupils as well as communities in carrying out WASH services among the most marginalized people and schools in project communities. The project is aimed at improving the … Learn More
Increasing access to and use of sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene services in 10 communities in the Central Gonja District of Northern region. The strategy is a programmatic approach involving several partners including the public and private sectors. The 'FIETS' … Learn More
With the aim to encourage the local people of Butwal and Tilotama Municipality for the proper management of solid waste and sanitation in the face of it's commercialization in term of organic manure and organic fertilizer production along with the … Learn More
The goal of this project is to increase access to safe water for drinking and using in all the household activities of the people in Bauphal, one of the prominent coastal belt upazilas situated in the district of Patuakhali. Learn More
Reduced poverty and improved health, environmental and economic conditions by empowering people and creating an enabling environment, thus achieving increased sustainable access to and use of safe water and sanitation services and improved hygiene practices for women and marginalized groups. Learn More
This project aims to contribute towards reduced poverty, improved health, environmental and economic conditions by empowering people and creating an enabling environment thus achieving increased sustainable access to & use of safe water, improved sanitation and improved hygiene practices for … Learn More
This NGO Network program will support the WASH Alliance in Uganda. It aims to enable policy makers and key actors to promote and enable sustainable realization of the right to water and sanitation through their policies, programmes and budget allocations … Learn More
The major project plans for 2012 fiscal year include: - Construction of 4 institution Latrines - Drilling of two boreholes - Development/improvements of 3 hand dug wells - Water supply extension works of for one community - Learn More
The programme has the main objective to reduce poverty and improve health, environmental and economic conditions in the Mid-Far Western Regions by empowering people and creating an enabling environment, thus achieving increased sustainable access to and use of safe water … Learn More
The project will support around 31 communities in 6 VDC's (village development committees) to obtain access to safe drinking water and environmental sanitation, to manage these systems effectively and practice key hygiene behaviour. Learn More
The project aims to build the alliance of Ethiopia WASH Partners that is working as a program approach. The project composed of carrying out different alliance building activities known as joint activities. These activities are aimed at building the bondage … Learn More
The project discribes the linkage between waste managemt with Urban agriculture in different forms focussing in Dire Dawa city in order to make the city a centre for learning for East Hararghe project woredas and it involves action research, Learning … Learn More
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