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The Water Action Hub catalogs sustainability projects around the world focused on a wide variety of topics and SDGs. Each project is affiliated with one or more organizations. Use the map and filters below to find and connect to projects relevant to your organization.


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This project aims to provide safe drinking water for almost 3000 children and teachers at the fast growing Yeta Community School in Mongu district, Zambia. The project will provide training/education on maintenance & hygiene. The community will have actual clean … Learn More

Kyampisi Subcounty is situated in Mukono District just about 25 km north of Mukono town which lies at the main road from Mukono to Kayunga district. The Subcounty has app. 52,900 inhabitants who exclusively live on subsistence farming. Kyampisi can … Learn More

Urban Rivers is creating a wildlife-first, mile-long river park located in the North Branch Channel of the Chicago River known as ‘The Wild Mile’. Our park boasts a series of floating gardens & trees, habitat installations, access points, and educational … Learn More

Enhancing the resilience of vulnerable communities in Odisha through groundwater recharge and solar micro irrigation. The Indian state of Odisha is highly vulnerable to climate change due to high monsoon variability. This has caused drought and flood affecting the food … Learn More

Enabling access to long-term, affordable finance for solar rooftop installation projects in commercial, industrial and residential housing sectors in India, including vulnerable communities. India is the world's fourth largest carbon emitter, responsible for 6 per cent of global greenhouse gas … Learn More

19 October 2018, Comoros Ð In small island developing state like Comoros, water is life. With a new US$41.9 million grant from the Green Climate Fund (GCF), the Government of Comoros in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) … Learn More

Reducing or avoiding climate change impacts through ecosystem-based adaptation for vulnerable coastal populations. The western Indian Ocean region is undergoing rapid climate change. Mozambique was hit by two major cyclones in 2019, while the other regional countries are facing similarly … Learn More

Financing women entrepreneurs in West Africa The bright blue and yellow Keur Mbir Ndao water kiosk is a colorful contrast to the earth-colored buildings in Thieudeme village, Thiès Region. Located east of Senegal’s capital city Dakar, Thiès is one of … Learn More

City streets now are recognized as important public spaces that must meet the needs of pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists, as well as achieve specific stormwater standards while mitigating the impacts of climate change. The City of South El Monte, a … Learn More

The Ghod River is experiencing pressures from rapid regional development. Significantly reduced water flows in the summer months results from: 1) changes downstream such as damming, increasing agriculture, and growth of industries and townships; 2) degradation upstream in the forests … Learn More