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Global Environment Technology Foundation (GETF)

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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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Countries: United States of America
Regions: Potomac River
Organization SDGs:
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Increase Access to Water, Sanitation, Hygiene (SDG 6.1 & 6.2)
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Services Offered: Policy advocacy
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Org. Type: NGO / Civil Society
Org. Size: Small (10 - 99 Employees)
Resources: Quantifying Replenish Benefits in Community Water Partnership Projects
Language: English
Org. Website: getf.org
Org. Source: User
Profile Completion: 96%
Coalition: No

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The Global Environment & Technology Foundation's mission is to accelerate sustainable development through partnerships that deliver impact at scale. GETF strives to uplift communities through water access, sanitation and hygiene, health systems strengthening, entrepreneurship, women’s empowerment, sustainable agriculture and climate resilience.

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Ciudad Ju�rez is a border city in northern Mexico, neighboring the U.S. city of El Paso, Texas. It is the most populated city in the State of Chihuahua since the 2020 census reported more than 1,500,000 inhabitants in its urban … Learn More

Zimpizahua,�Las Puentes, La Laguna y Bella Esperanza are communities (bordering Coatepec access water by a series of springs (upstream) with a gravity supply system. In the main area of each water source, the catchment has a water box (gravel filter) … Learn More

In the municipality of San Antonio La Isla, in Estado de Mexico, population growth is very evident, and the drinking water network has deteriorated, unable to provide adequate water to all of its inhabitants. Due to the lack of water … Learn More

This project in the peri-urban and rural communities of San Cristobal aims to inspire, build community trust and engage citizens in the development of effective solutions to address the city�s water quality problems. Learn More

Tijuana has lived an exponential population growth from migrants trying to enter to the USA border. These communities lack of access to clean water, and source from exposed water tanks, and mobile cisterns. Most of them also lack sanitation services, … Learn More

Communities in Topo Chico have continued access to water, however, hygiene awareness and habits are still needed in the region to support the health of the population and prevent COVID-19 spread/The project will focus on hygiene and improving water system … Learn More

This� project will facilitate water access and promote hygiene in 12 indigenous communities in the Sierra Tarahumara that suffer water scarcity.� The project will� construct masonry dams, water storage tanks and pipelines to connect households and supporting community-based water management. Learn More

This project seeks to improve water access in two municipalities of� Mexico City by implementing rainwater harvesting system in households with limited access to water. Learn More

Schools in various locations in Mexico suffer of limited access to water which affect the wellbeing of students and teachers and affecting attendance and performance.� With the program "Escuelas de Lluvia" we aim to provide safe drinking water at school … Learn More

The project addresses the concrete urgence faced by 500 families in the polygon connecting General Pacheco (728 households - 4.328 inhab.) with Las Tunas 1 (749 - 3.745 inhab.) and 2 (337 - 1.685 inhab.) , located in Tigre, Province … Learn More

The anthropological impact caused by the inappropriate use of the land is the main threat to the Biological Reserve of Serra do Japi (Rebio), a significant part of the forest of the State of S�o Paulo, mainly characterized by hydrological … Learn More

In Bolivia, a fourth part of the country's population (approximately, 2.7 million inhabitants) lack a safe and permanent access to water, which negatively impacts their life quality. Therefore, supporting the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6 (Ensure access to water and … Learn More

Improve WASH access to communities in Coquimbo, in areas without access to water pipelines Learn More

This project approaches the problem of the high demand of water in urban and peri-urban areas, which surpasses the Pati�o aquifer recharge speed. The Pati�o aquifer is located in the city of San Lorenzo, an area where the municipalities of … Learn More

Restoration of vegetation cover in areas the river shed of Ampiyacu River Learn More

Restoration of vegetation cover in AATICAM de Amazonas Learn More

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The Coca-Cola Company is quantifying the water-related “Replenish” benefits derived through its Community Water Partnership (CWP) projects. The work described in this report builds on previous efforts, and provides a current status of quantification results for three categories of CWP … Learn More

Developers: Global Environment Technology Foundation (GETF), The Coca-Cola Company

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Mauricio Chavarria
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