Together with our partners we work on sustainable integral solutions for water challenges
The work we do would not be possible without our many partners, donors and partnerships. We cooperate with public and private parties, knowledge institutes and NGO’s. The strategy is simple: together we can achieve more. Working together helps us better respond to the fast-changing world and thus make our results more sustainable.
Our main partners
Consortia and strategic alliances
We participate in consortia and strategic alliances to increase the effectiveness of our work and create added value. It also gives us the chance to expand our core activities.
World Waternet is partner in the WaterWorX programme, a public-private collaboration (2017-2030) with the Netherlands’ Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the ten Dutch water companies and their local partner companies, with the aim to provide access to safe drinking water to 10 million people worldwide.
We are also affiliated with Dutch Water Authorities and play an active role in the Blue Deal programme. The Blue Deal will run to the end of 2030 and has one clear goal: to help 20 million people in 40 catchment areas around the world gain access to clean, sufficient and safe water.
With the Municipality of Amsterdam we jointly developed the ‘Amsterdam Approach’. Together, we share our experiences in addressing urban issues in the field of waste, water and spatial planning in an integral way, with metropolitan areas around the world.
Who we work with
Within the projects, World Waternet works with dozens of organizations around the world. For a full overview and a description of how we cooperate, please take a look at the respective project pages.
In order to perform our work properly, we must fly. Of course we try to keep that to a minimum, but we cannot escape the fact that we emit CO2 each year. By supporting Trees for All we give back to nature by compensating our emissions through planting trees. This way, we try to be as circular as we can be.
Trees for All plants and protects trees to create a healthier climate. Their projects are certified and guarantee the amount of CO2 that is absorbed. Trees for All prefers projects in developing countries, as these projects protect existing rainforest, but also improve the living conditions of local communities. An added bonus is that trees grow faster in the tropics, so they absorb more CO2.
Trees retain the climate’s natural balance and help ensure a green and healthy planet. They absorb CO2 from the air, storing the carbon and releasing oxygen. Trees are also key players in water management, which is why forest planting and conservation is important in our projects. Trees reduce erosion of river banks, silting up of water basins and help maintain groundwater levels. Trees are an important part of the water cycle.