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|Countries:||Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, France, India, Iraq, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Mexico, Serbia, South Africa, Spain, Sudan, United Republic of Tanzania, United States of America|
|Regions:||Amazonas, Bravo, Colorado River, Danube, Ebro, Ganges - Brahmaputra, Huang He (Yellow River), India, Lake VIctoria, Limpopo, Mekong, Murray - Darling, Nile, Orange, Penner River, Rhine, Ruvu, South Africa, Tigris & Euphrates, Vaal, Wami Ruvu, Yangtze River (Chang Jiang)|
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Increase Access to Water, Sanitation, Hygiene (SDG 6.1 & 6.2)
Integrated Water Resource Management (SDG 6.5)
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|Services Offered:||No services needed/offered|
|Org. Type:||NGO / Civil Society|
|Org. Size:||Small (10 - 99 Employees)|
Blue Planet Network provides a technology platform for funders to easily select, monitor, and manage WASH projects that have been peer reviewed and vetted for quality and sustainability. Each member project must pass a rigorous peer review and planning process that helps them to develop the most sustainable approach for their particular area. We do this by asking questions based on the WASH charter, our own experience, and input from experts to make sure that members think t…
Blue Planet Network provides a technology platform for funders to easily select, monitor, and manage WASH projects that have been peer reviewed and vetted for quality and sustainability. Each member project must pass a rigorous peer review and planning process that helps them to develop the most sustainable approach for their particular area. We do this by asking questions based on the WASH charter, our own experience, and input from experts to make sure that members think through the complex dynamics and factors that affect the ultimate success of a project in addition to the technology itself - including but not limited to socio-cultural, political, motivational, financial, and geographic challenges. Blue Planet Network works closely with the Pacific Institute and other organizations in the sector to integrate our tools as much as possible to make it easier for users. All projects that receive a sustainability score/seal by passing peer review will be posted automatically on BPN's site and on the Water Action Hub for companies and other members to easily connect and collaborate.
Self-supporting community- based mitigation program that provides arsenic safe water using modified dugwells along with public education on water related health effects.Project ResultsOver 50 bore-dugwells have been completed supporting over 2,000 individuals 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
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
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
Drilling 6 boreholes next to clinics maintained by MSH, providing water to the nearby community. H20+ unifies health, water, sanitation, and education activities at the community level for a maximum technical synergy and cost-effectiveness.Project ResultsImproved access to water and sanitation … Learn More
The project provided safe water by constructing 30 improved traditional wells to 4 villages in Songea district where over 3,000 people benefited from the project. These villages include the Mkuzo, Mhumbezi, Chandarua, and Mitendewawa villages. In the long term it … Learn More
Community development entrepreneurs were trained to construct high quality Rainwater Harvesting systems at the school and the surrounding community. Project Results545 school children and people now have access to water and sanitation Learn More
Aqua Clara will partner with the school and install three bio-sand filters, start a Water & Hygiene club and construct a high quality rain water harvesting system at the school. While training two individuals from the community to assist with … Learn More
16 new schools will receive the following: Rain Water Harvesting Units Biosand Filters, Hand washing Stations, Safe water storage containers and Health and Hygiene clubs 16 new Biosand filer businesses will be launched and trainingProject Results8,160 People Impacted 160 People … Learn More
In this project, support for implementing a water supply system has been extended to 25 habitations. The project will ensure a supply of protected piped water to a population of 5321 distributed between 1043 families. Project ResultsOver 5200 people have … Learn More
With community support, we will build a water treatment system that will provide safe drinking water for almost 8000 residents of Shyira. The system uses local materials to create a water treatment system powered by sunlight and gravity.Project Results8000 residents … Learn More
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