Category: Update water project

Twenty new water grids in Bangladesh

2023 was a productive year for the Max Tapwater project in Bangladesh. The number of water grids has doubled, bringing many more advantages than just clean water from the tap.

Drilling for water

We are supporting a project in India to build 10 borewells for remote villages. How does that work? Let’s find out.

A school visit in Nepal

At the end of 2023, we were able to build a new water point at a secondary school in Nepal. 438 people are now supplied with clean water.

7 borewells in 5 months

In 2024 we are supporting a project in India in which we will build 10 wells. 7 of these have already been realised in the first quarter of the year.

Visiting Uganda

In October 2023 we traveled to the area around Fort Portal in Uganda with a group of ambassadors. There we were able to see the results of the hard work of local entrepreneurs with our own eyes. We received a warm welcome, and had an inspiring journey in this beautiful country.

Water by women NEPAL: UPDATE

A lot of work has been done in Nepal. From constructing the water systems to ensuring a sustainable future for these water points, no stone has been left unturned. These efforts are much needed as Nepal suffers greatly from the effects of climate change.

Washable sanitary towels – by and for everyone

A nice detail of the WASH program being implemented in Ethiopia is the production and distribution of washable sanitary towels. This obvious product makes a big difference in the lives of women and girls.

WASH & Learn update May 2023

Our WASH & Learn project in Uganda should be completed by the end of this year. Time to check whether we are on schedule.

Water by women Nepal update

Our project for and with women in Nepal is well underway: the first two water supplies are almost complete and the first group of women has been trained to provide information and start businesses.

The impact of a home water connection

In Ethiopia we are working hard on water in and around schools. We also provide nearby households with a water connection at home. This is also the case with Misra Taha from Bishoftu, mother of six children. In this article you can read what water at home means for her.