In Bangladesh we are working hard to connect as many households as possible to the mini water networks that are being built. In this update you can read how far we have come and what we encounter in practice.
Category: Update water project
Water by women: the preparations
Our project in Nepal has started. Here, together with women, we will restore water supplies in an enterprising way. The preparations are in full swing and they are essential for the success of the project.
Max Tap Water: CEO Saiful Islam
Recently we had the honor to meet the CEO of Max Social Enterprise: Saiful Islam. We asked him what challenges the project faced and how he sees the future.
Update Wash at schools: what has already been achieved?
In Ethiopia we are working hard on water in and around schools. We aim to provide 20 schools with water and sanitation. How far are we after two years with more than a year to go?
WASH & Learn update: Innovations
Our WASH & Learn project in Uganda has clear targets but no fixed approach. This creates very interesting innovations that appear to work very well…
A personal story of Iniye from Bishoftu
Part of our Wash project in and around schools are public facilities where people can get water, but also go to the toilet or take a shower. Iniye (30) talks about the impact that has on the life of her family.
Update Wash at schools: girls back to school
In Ethiopia we are working hard on water in and around schools. In this update you can read what we have already done. This is especially important for girls.
Vietnam: Virtual visit as completion (VIDEO)
Our project in Vietnam was recently completed but unfortunately we were unable to visit it ourselves. Instead, we were invited for a virtual visit.
WASH & Learn: involving the boys (VIDEO)
Our project WASH & Learn in Uganda goes a long way. So much so that the boys are also involved in making sanitary towels so that they understand how important it is for their classmates.
Update Max Tap Water: a running start
Our entrepreneurial project in Bangladesh is off to a running start. After all permits were completed, various existing installations were transferred to the new social enterprise to be set up, which already has 4600 customers.