Our piped-water connections promise to safely administer water to households to over 1,000 peri-urban communities throughout Ghana.
Understanding the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Safe Water Enterprises through a Common Financial and Monitoring and Evaluation Framework.
This case study, developed by Safe Water Network India, examines the relocation of water enterprises to ensure long-term viability.
Safe Water Network’s technical assistance and training program helped to ensure the reliability and sustainability of Karnataka, India’s water purification plants, with an objective to serve more than 40 million people.
Safe Water Network (SWN) performed an impact assessment in June 2019 to determine the results of the implementation of Water ATMs at iJal Stations that were established with a Honeywell Hometown Solutions (HHS) grant.
Developed with support from the India Water Partnership, this report assesses the capability of 28 women from self-help groups and female social entrepreneurs to operate and maintain small water enterprises.
Small water enterprises (SWEs) alleviates burdens by providing safe and accessible drinking water to communities, which allow women more time to pursue education and employment opportunities.
This paper presents a case study of 265 iJal Safe Water Stations in India that use IoT-based parametric monitoring systems to raise automatic alarms and send regular alerts, which help facilitate both local operations and remote diagnostics conducted by a service entity to identify service and spare-parts requirements on a timely basis.
This report describes how Safe Water Enterprises can provide safe water securely and affordably to water stressed cities that are coping with dense populations due to increased migration and urbanization.