The SWE Community of Practice’s goal is to harness the power of collective action to improve SWE efficiencies by: sharing best practices and establishing sector standards and definitions; strengthening the evidence base of SWE viability; developing the tools, processes, and systems to facilitate the replication of SWEs; and accelerating the scaling of SWEs through coordinated advocacy to mobilize funding and improve policies in the sector.
The SWE Community of Practice is composed of an active group of SWE stakeholders, including implementing NGOs and private enterprises. Leveraging their own areas of expertise, members are engaged in advancing the sector’s agenda to improve SWE practices and take SWEs to scale.
Report: “Keep the Water Flowing: Resiliency of the Small/Safe Water Enterprise Model: Understanding the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic through a Common Financial and Monitoring and Evaluation Framework”
Event: “Resiliency of small water enterprises in response to COVID-19” at SIWI World Water Week in August 2021
“The State of SWEs during COVID-19” in September 2020
“Climate Change Impacts on Small Water Enterprises Financial Sustainability” at SIWI World Water Week at Home in August 2020
“Subsidies, fees, and funding blends that leave no one behind” at SIWI World Water Week in August 2019