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Water for Life

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Area: 5888268 km2
Brazil; Peru; Suriname; France; Colombia; Guyana; Bolivia; Venezuela; Ecuador
Santa Cruz; Manaus; La Paz
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Countries: Netherlands
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Organization SDGs:
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Increase Access to Water, Sanitation, Hygiene (SDG 6.1 & 6.2)
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Safe, Affordable Water
Services Offered: Communications & outreach
Monitoring & evaluation
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Org. Type: NGO / Civil Society
Org. Size: Small (10 - 99 Employees)
Language: English
Org. Website: www.waterforlife.nl
Org. Source: User
Profile Completion: 96%

Organization Overview

The Water for Life Foundation aims to improve the supply of drinking water and sanitation for people who do not have the means or possibilities to arrange this themselves. Water for Life works in the urban areas in developing countries. The goals Water for Life wants to achieve are: - more water for more people in more places - healthier, better water quality - less water-related diseases - structural help with permanent effect

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Key results of this project will include: • Improved health of community, for approximately 5,600 people through improved water access and appropriate sanitation • Improved governance of community assets • Increased technical skills and knowledge to help establish potential businesses Learn More

With this proposal, the overall water supply for 8.800 people in Acherensua will be improved through minor investments at the treatment plant. 3.000 poor people who hitherto do not have access to safe and affordable drinking water will now get ... Learn More

This project is targeting Munhava, which is one of the poorest areas of Beira. It improves the livelihoods of 11.300 people directly by increasing the water coverage and indirectly to 4.200 people by improving the water pressure. Learn More

To connect the area to the drinking water network of FIPAG, 18,8 KM pipeline will be laid, 10 standpipes are going to be constructed and FIPAG will promote household connections. This will improve access to water for around 8.200 people ... Learn More

Together with DWASA's LIC department two areas have been selected to receive improved water services through the first Water for Life project under WOP2. An estimated 13,764 people will have access to improved water services. Activities include: baseline survey, choice ... Learn More

To construct 39 private connections and 303 shared yard connections for the urban poor in Harar. In combination with training, access to drinking water will be improved for 4,121 people. Learn More

Goal 1 will be achieved by construction of an elevated steel tank, provision of distribution network and water kiosk construction. Goal 2 will be achieved by construction of toilets, construction of sewer line and promoting sewer connection Goal 3 will ... Learn More

The objective for this project is to increase access for 8090 people, by increasing coverage of water supply and training and development Learn More

The overall objective of this emergency project is to improve access to sustainable water supply to 12.750 vulnerable people in the rural and peri-urban LIAs of Lilongwe City. This overall objective will be achieved through the provision of water kiosks, ... Learn More

Over 14 km of network will supply the households and schools with water through individual connections, yard taps and 2 kiosks. MUWASCO is employing its "social connection policy" to allow the people with low incomes afford individual connections. Learn More

The objective of this project is to increase the supply of safe water in Tra Vinh province to 9,860 people by connecting 1,200 households, 5 schools, 5 temples and a community clinic within the My Hoa community to the water ... Learn More

The objective of the project is to increase access to potable water at affordable price to the peri-urban poor community (8000 people) of KCC-slum. In this way, the whole population of KCC-slum can be served. At the same time the ... Learn More

This project specifically focuses on improving the sanitation coverage in the main LIAs in Nakuru. This will lead to improved public health, human dignity, environmental sustainability and socio-economic development. Learn More

This project aims to improve health of people in Nametil, by improving access to water- and sanitation with constructing water and sanitation infrastructure and organizing awareness activities Learn More

The objective of the project is to sustainably increase access to potable water at affordable price for 54300 poor people in Nampula, Angoche and Nacala who depend on public stand posts. The project aims to (re)connect and/or refurbish/renew 170 public ... Learn More

Improved availability of affordable drinking water for the people living in Runda.. Learn More

The objective of this proposal is to rehabilitate 64 non-functioning Hand-Dug Well (HDW) water schemes in rural Harar and the construction of 10 water points in the peri-urban area of harar, targeting a total number of 22,000 rural dwellers . ... Learn More

The project contributes to SDG-6 by providing safe and affordable subsidised water connections to 3,566 households (18,188 people) in the low income, high density communities of Cebu, Philippines. Learn More

Mozambique is heavily effected by the cyclone IDAI. The total impact is not yet clear as emergency rescue is still taking place in inundated areas and communication is difficult because of the failing mobile network.In the cities of Beira, Chimoio, ... Learn More

Water for Life aims to increase access to sanitation facilities to the peri-urban poor community. This concerns access for children of the primary schools and visitors of the central market of Ambo town in Ethiopia. Learn More

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