Meet the nominee for the Sarphati Sanitation Award for Promising Entrepreneur: Live Clean Initiatives from Zambia
This year, Live Clean Initiatives is one of the three nominees for the Sarphati Sanitation Award 2019 for Promising Entrepreneur. Live Clean Initiativ...
Jockin Arputham, winner of the Sarphati Sanitation Award for Lifetime Achievement honored at memorial lecture
The late Jockin Arputham, founder of Slum Dwellers International (SDI) is this year’s winner of the Sarphati Sanitation Award for Lifetime Achievement...
The Impact of Artisanal and Small Scale Gold Mining on Human Health and the Environment in Burkina Faso
In 2016, five Dutch and five Burkinabe water authorities set up the joint programme ‘Faso Koom’ committed on capacity building for improved integrated...
Join us at the Sarphati Sanitation Symposium 2019 on 6 November!
This one-day symposium will explore innovative ways to tackle the global sanitation challenge, including discussion on financing, increasing public aw...
World Waternet enters into two more Blue Deal projects
Twenty million people in forty catchment areas worldwide that are better protected against water and have access to sufficient, clean water. That is t...
From emergency to sustainability in Za’atari refugee camp and support to host communities in Jordan
Jordan’s Za’atari camp, located 10 km east of Mafraq in Northern Jordan, is one of the largest refugee camps in the world, in one of the most water sc...
Meet the final nominees of the Sarphati Sanitation Award for Promising Entrepreneur 2019!
Earlier this week we announced the winner of the Sarphati Sanitation Award for Life Time Achievement: Mr. Jockin Arputham, the late co-founder and pre...
Come and meet us at the World Water Week!
The World Water Week (SIWI) will take place from 25 - 30 August in Stockholm. The most relevant topics on this year’s theme “Water for society: Includ...
Koen@Bamako part 7
In October 2018, Koen moved to Bamako, so the start of his second year is a fact!
From 16th – 21th September, World Waternet visited Nairobi again to work together with our partner Nairobi Water. A Mid-Term Review (MTR) was conduct...
Isabel @ Bamako part 2
Isabel van Klink is working for World Waternet at our Malian partner SOMAGEP. Find our more about her experiences in Mali
Koen@Bamako part 6: Weekends in Bamako
It has been almost a year since we moved to Bamako. It took a while for us to settle and to get used to the Malian way of life, but we have succeeded ...
Aboubacar@SOMAGEP part 3
Aboubacar is working for SOMAGEP and World Waternet in Mali. Find our more about his experiences!
Koen@Bamako part 5
Five Blue Deal projects started in Africa.
Koen@Bamako part 4
Winter has arrived in Mali and the people of Bamako can finally catch up on their sleep.
Koen@Bamako part 3
Koen Maathuis is working as Regional Manager for World Waternet in Mali. Find out more about his experiences!