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.
This report is a mid-term assessment of the Strategic Plan 2011-2022 for rural drinking water, which helps operationalize the NRDWP by setting out goals, objectives and strategic initiatives for the sector.
This assessment of drinking water provision to the urban poor in the four cities of Visakhapatnam, Hyderabad, New Delhi, and Mumbai has been conducted as a part of a partnership between Safe Water Network and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), entitled Urban Small Water Enterprises under the USAID Urban Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Alliance program.
The Hyderabad City Assessment aims to form a strong base for better water delivery, governance, and decision making for the urban poor in order to improve their health and lives.
Safe Water Network's assessment evaluates the gap in the provision of treated drinking water, and identifies the potential role of small water enterprises (SWEs) and digital tools to fill that gap.
The objective of this assessment is to identify challenges and opportunities for Urban Small Water Enterprises in New Delhi to determine how they can best fill the gap to safe water access.
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.