Our Work

Water Advocacy and Lobbying
Water advocacy and lobbying is an important aspect of influencing policy and decision-making to protect and preserve water resources. Through advocacy efforts, individuals and organizations work to raise awareness, promote sustainable practices, and advocate for policies that ensure access to clean and safe water for all. Lobbying involves engaging with government officials and policymakers to influence the development and implementation of water-related legislation. Together, advocacy and lobbying play a crucial role in addressing water issues and driving positive change to protect this vital natural resource.

  • School based knowledge dissemination programs
  • Community sensitization pro-grams
  • Capacity building to Water Groups/Entrepreneurs/Leaders
  • Valuing water initiatives

Partnerships For Water

At our core, we recognize the immense importance of water as a vital resource and the need for its sustainable management. With this in mind, we actively seek out partnerships and collaborations that aim to address the pressing issues surrounding water governance, water balance, and water quality.

Through these strategic alliances, we aim to foster knowledge exchange and sharing between individuals, organizations, and communities. By pooling our collective expertise and resources, we can tackle the complex challenges that arise in the realm of water management.

Water Quality Management

Water quality management is a crucial aspect of environmental protection and public health. It involves monitoring, assessing, and controlling the quality of water resources, such as rivers, lakes, and groundwater, to ensure their safety and sustainability.

One important goal of water quality management is to maintain or improve the overall quality of water sources, ensuring their suitability for various uses, including drinking water, irrigation, and recreational activities. This involves the implementation of effective control measures to prevent or reduce pollution from both point and non-point sources.

To effectively manage water quality, monitoring programs are established to collect data on physical, chemical, and biological parameters of water samples. This data helps identify any existing or emerging water quality issues and serves as a basis for decision-making.

  • Household water treatment
  • Drinking water quality trainings (DWQT)

Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM)

Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) is a comprehensive approach to managing water resources sustainably and effectively. It recognizes that water is a finite and precious resource that is crucial for socio-economic development, environmental sustainability, and the well-being of communities.

  • Water Harvesting Solutions
  • Grey water recycling solutions
  • Aquifer recharge initiatives
  • Water in biodiversity and ecosystem aligning activities

Water- Energy – Food Nexus

Food production and energy are highly water intensive. Agriculture is the largest consumer of the world’s freshwater resources, and more than one-quarter of the energy used globally is expended on food production and supply.
Feeding a global population expected to reach 9 billion people by 2050 will require a 60 percent increase in food production.
Our Nexus approach concentrates on clean energy and smart water use for food production and livelihoods. We provide information, technology and support in terms of;

  1. Solarization of Bore Wells/Holes
  2. Solar/ Bucket/ Bottle Irrigation
  3. Smart Water Metering
  4. Urban Farming
  5. Vertical Gardening
  6. Sanitation for Green Energy Cooking

Innovations For Wash

Innovation is our pillar #1. Through an active product and service feedback system, we are continuously engaged in basic research, disruptive and sustained innovations in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene sector. The solutions we birth are highly localized and nature based inclined.