This report shares the unique success of the SEWAH program, where women's traditional roles of carrying water on their heads is supplanted by owning and operating local water stations.
Safe Water Network is developing a digital platform to integrate operational, consumer, and financial data across our portfolio of H2OME! Water Stations in Ghana.
This Spotlight reports on the results of a pre-post study in Bomfa Achiase with 60 piped-connection customers. The study was designed to gain insights into the impact of safely managed water on our customers' daily lives.
In the 2021 Ghana Beyond the Pipe Forum, sector leaders along with community members and stakeholders address the ways the Ghana water sector can address the financial gaps that hinder people from accessing safe and affordable water.
In-country laboratory capability for drinking water testing is limited in Ghana, and COVID-19 has exacerbated issues of transport and turnaround time for testing of water samples by nationally recognized labs. New advancements in on-site testing at H2OME! Water Stations cut timing of returned results from weeks to hours while reducing operational expenses.
Our piped-water connections promise to safely administer water to households to over 1,000 peri-urban communities throughout Ghana.
Safe Water Network teams in the US and Ghana developed and launched a Water Quality Scorecard as part of a comprehensive Water Quality Management Program.
Dr. TNVV Rao from our India team presents the importance of water quality assurance from water ATMs.
Safe Water Network presented key findings on the resiliency of small water enterprises at Stockholm International Water Institute’s World Water Week 2021.