Our piped-water connections promise to safely administer water to households to over 1,000 peri-urban communities throughout Ghana.
The 2016 World Water Week allowed Small Water Enterprises (SWEs) to gain recognition as a solution to help meet the needs of the millions of communities around the world lacking access to safe water.
This guide has the researched and tested methods of Safe Water Network in providing sustainable water systems in developing nations. Such systems often face barriers in quality, financial sustainability, ownership, and inclusiveness, which the organization has managed to overcome with experience.
A Trust can attract capital to enable expansion of Stations to address the gap of underserved in peri-urban and small towns in Ghana.
At the fourth annual India Beyond the Pipe Forum, Safe Water Network released the Urban Sector Review report, which highlights the rapid emergence of Small Water Enterprises as a response to the inadequate and unsafe supply of drinking water in urban regions on India.
Safe Water Network India partnered with the Central Government’s Ministry of Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation, as well as local government and community leaders, to set up locally-owned and operated iJal Stations in Telangana, a region particularly impacted by illnesses attributed to unsafe drinking water.
Through its assessment, Safe Water Network was able to identify barriers to a safe and consistent water supply in Vizag and determine how best to support the urban poor.