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Increase Access to Water, Sanitation, Hygiene (SDG 6.1 & 6.2)
Water Quality (SDG 6.3)
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Irrigation Management and Technology
Safe, Affordable Water
Leaving No One Behind
Stakeholder engagement & facilitation
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The Netherlands has the best quality drinking water in the world. What is more, the Netherlands is internationally renowned for its knowledge and expertise in the areas of, amongst others, water technology, water purification and the installation of water pipe networks. With this experience, we are able to help countries for which the safe and permanent supply of drinking water and good sanitation cannot be taken for granted. Vitens Evides International deploys its Dutch exp…
The Netherlands has the best quality drinking water in the world. What is more, the Netherlands is internationally renowned for its knowledge and expertise in the areas of, amongst others, water technology, water purification and the installation of water pipe networks. With this experience, we are able to help countries for which the safe and permanent supply of drinking water and good sanitation cannot be taken for granted. Vitens Evides International deploys its Dutch experts to assist local water companies in developing countries. Through tailor-made partnerships, we work on the development of the water company to ensure sustainable growth. In this way, the company will be better able to supply its customers with clean drinking water and to extend the pipe network to parts of the country where running tap water is not yet available. Over the past number of years, Vitens Evides International has provided reliable tap water to more than twenty million drinking water customers in 98 towns spread over nine countries.
In an effort to improve the operational performance of Water Service Providers (WSPs) in Kenya, VEI, Vewin, SNV Kenya, KEWI, GIZ and WASREB have teamed up with the Water Services Provider Association (WASPA) to develop and support a utility-led benchmarking … Learn More
Like in many countries in Africa, the lack of access to clean water and sanitation systems is a central public health concern in Ghana. Even though the country’s National Water Policy clearly captures the need to increase the coverage of … Learn More
This project aims to improve the water, sanitation and hygiene situation in combination with football at 100 schools in Ghana. Learn More
Organise short term missions of Dutch experts that visit FIPAG Region North (FRN) to give training to local staff from different departments - Set up and execute Non Revenue Water reducing pilots - Support FRN with the mapping of new … Learn More
The Partnership aims to improve the capacity of stakeholders in Oromia Regional State for sustainable water and sanitation infrastructure development and water resources protection. Specifically, project management capacity of Oromia Water Mineral and Energy Bureau (OWMEB) and management capacity for … Learn More
The project aims to increase the resilience of water companies in the Mekong Delta and in Ho Chi Minh City in view of impacts of climate change. In addition, the financial and environmental sustainability of the water utilities will be … Learn More
Contribute to better management in Ugandan water sector in small towns for sustainable development and maintenance of water infrastructure. Learn More
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