Partners

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IRC WASH

IRC is a modern NGO focused on working with a worldwide network of partner organisations as an innovative knowledge centre. IRC’s roots are in advocacy, lesson learning, knowledge management and capacity building. Since its inception in 1968, IRC has built up a strong reputation for cutting-edge innovation and action research aimed at providing equitable and sustainable Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) services at scale. IRC is leading this major initiative to improve sustainability in WASH services funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation: Triple-S. WASHCost was a former IRC initiative also focusing on sustainability.

International

 
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Aguaconsult

Aguaconsult is a UK-based company providing technical assistance and consulting inputs for clients around the world in the fields of water supply, sanitation and hygiene and disaster risk reduction. It works in partnership with client organisations from the public, private and non-profit sectors, providing collaborative solutions for a range of needs—from the design of sectoral or thematic programmes to evaluations and research.

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ARUP

Arup International Development is a specialist, not-for-profit business within Arup, that partners with development and humanitarian organisations to help them make best use of resources in combating poverty and vulnerability, and increasing wellbeing and resilience. ARUP provided strategy and programme management expertise to Triple-S, and helped develop a dashboard to visualise the Triple-S project’s impact and outcome based management results.

Ghana

 
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Community Water and Sanitation Agency

The Community Water and Sanitation Agency (CWSA), facilitates provision of sustainable potable water and related sanitation services as well as hygiene promotion to rural communities and small towns through resource mobilization, capacity building and standards setting with the active participation of major stakeholders.

Uganda

 
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Ministry of Water and Environment

Uganda’s Ministry of Water and Environment is responsible for setting national policies and standards, managing and regulating water resources and determining priorities for water development and management. It also monitors and evaluates sector development programmes to keep track of their performance, efficiency and effectiveness in service delivery.

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Network for Water and Sanitation (Netwas) Uganda

Netwas Uganda is a local non-profit organization focussed on enhancing capacity in the WASH sector and carrying out social mobilization, research and dissemination of information. It works from the national level to the grassroots level in both urban and rural areas. It is affiliated to Netwas International, a part of the international training network (ITN) for water and waste management.

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SNV Uganda

SNV Netherlands Development Corporation provides advice to national and local actors within government, civil society and the private sector to help them find and implement local solutions to social and economic development challenges. SNV has been working in Uganda since 1989. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene is one of SNV Uganda’s four focus areas.

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Uganda Water and Sanitation NGO Network (UWASNET)

UWASNET is the national umbrella organisation for Civil Society Organisations working in the WASH sector. It has a membership of 187 NGOs. UWASNET works in partnership with other key sector players such as Government, Development Partners and the private sector to help realise government targets of alleviating poverty and achieving Millennium Development Goals through universal access to safe, sustainable water and improved sanitation.

Mozambique

 
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Direcção Nacional de Águas–The National Directorate of Water

Direcção Nacional de Águas–DNA (The National Directorate of Water) focuses on policy making and planning for water resources management, and provision of water and sanitation services in Mozambique. 

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UNICEF Mozambique

UNICEF Mozambique works to ensure that the rights of every child in the country are realised. UNICEF has the global authority to influence decision-makers, and the variety of partners at grassroots level to turn the most innovative ideas into reality. UNICEF focuses on key areas such as child survival and development, HIV/AIDS and children, and policy advocacy & partnerships. 

  ProWater Consultores Lda