Our piped-water connections promise to safely administer water to households to over 1,000 peri-urban communities throughout Ghana.
Our Water Resource Management Team in India launched a study to measure the hydrologic footprint of various stations using micro-sheds to ensure that all assessments adhere to environmental standards.
This report discusses the impact of Safe Water Network's implementation of reverse osmosis treatment water stations with remote monitoring systems in 10 villages in India.
Safe Water Network’s market-based approach allows locally owned and operated stations to maintain reliability, long-term sustainability, and financial viability.
The third annual Beyond the Pipe Ghana forum focused on the potential for public-private partnerships in community water systems.
Safe Water Network partnered with Modern Architects of Rural India to introduce a market-based model to 55 Safe Water Stations.
The third annual International Beyond the Pipe Forum in Hyderabad, India, explored the potential for Public-Private Partnerships to address the safe-water needs of communities in the state of Telangana.
The theme of the 2014 World Water Week Conference was “Energy and Water.”
Different sectors have relied on a variety of strategies to address the issue. In this report, Safe Water Network examined the different methods in use and tied them together in a single assessment.