Ghana Beyond the Pipe Forum 2024: LEARN MORE HERE!
In this Field Insight, we highlight our methods to enhance piped water connections in underserved areas. Utilizing partnerships and innovative models like the Optimized Piped Connection (OPC), we’ve notably improved household connection rates, showcasing the model’s potential for achieving financial sustainability and social impact.
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.
The Safe Water Network Team participated in various sessions during the Stockholm International Water Institute World Water Week conference in 2019.
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.
Building on progress made during the 2018 Forum, the 2019 Beyond the Pipeline Ghana focused on “Mainstreaming Small Water Enterprises for Scale.”