Join us to celebrate 15 years of impact at the Water for All Ball! Learn more
The Community of Practice (CoP) for SWEs launched a Social Impact Measurement Initiative through a collaborative project with 14 SWEs. The findings highlighted areas of improvement, but also helped the CoP define the role of SWEs in social impact evaluation and highlight the unique assets of the model for collecting customer-centric data.
This report recommends small water enterprises (SWEs) in city planning for the creation of resilient cities. It also highlights the benefits and potential of expanding the SWE category in the urban environment.
Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) hosted the annual World Water Week, where Safe Water Network was given the opportunity to engage with a number of partnering organizations in promoting collaboration within the water sector.
Safe Water Network (SWN) is continuing our work in India to enhance water quality at our iJal Stations. Our goal when working with UL is to refine and standardize a Station Assessment Framework.
This report, developed in partnership with the Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF), assessed the enabling environment and outlines policy recommendations for public-private partnerships (PPPs) to deliver safely managed water throughout Ghana.
Safe Water Network’s annual Ghana Beyond the Pipe Forum brought together leaders from the Ghana water sector as well as representatives from many of Safe Water Network’s key funding partners in Ghana.
In 2016, high inflation and increasing variable costs forced Safe Water Network to increase prices at most of its H2OME! Water Stations in Ghana, which consequently reduced consumer purchases, particularly among low-income households, which experienced a 26% decrease in consumption.
This report describes an assessment of household water treatment and safe storage (HWTS) promotional activities carried out by the Government of Ghana and UNICEF, in collaboration with Safe Water Network, in an effort to identify strategies and guidelines, the skill capability of HWTS promoters, and private-sector participation in HWTS promotion.
This Report focuses on the policy and enabling environment for safe/small water enterprises (SWEs) for the urban poor in India.