Safe Water Network Showcases Innovative Financing and Partnerships for Ghana’s Rural Water Sector

April 1, 2016  |  by

At least 8 million people in Ghana lack reliable access to clean water every day. As the world raises the bar for development with the Sustainable Development Goals, shifting our indicators from number of water points to sustainable access over time, our government recognizes the need for innovative approaches to fill the gap. Charles Nimako,…

Understanding Your Role Within the Wider WASH Ecosystem

February 29, 2016  |  by

In discussions around how the SDG targets for water and sanitation can be achieved, ‘collaboration’ is often cited as the key: collaboration between the public and private sectors; between NGOs based in the same country; between local service providers and international NGOs; between national governments and multilateral finance institutions; even between funders. And of course…

The Strategic Role of a Corporate Foundation in the Social Sector

March 10, 2014  |  by ,

Investing in the social and environmental sector is not only a responsibility of the business sector; it is also strategic. This guiding principle provides the basis for FEMSA Foundation’s approach towards social investment. Decision-making for increased effectiveness and efficiency During a field visit as part of the design evaluation for Water Links in Honduras. In…

Grantmaker Event: Water for Breakfast

August 12, 2013  |  by

The WASH Grantmakers’ Network, along with the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, will co-host the fourth annual peer‐to‐peer breakfast dialogue on innovative grantmaking in the global safe drinking water, sanitation, and health sector called Water for Breakfast. The event will include guests from Xylem Watermark, Procter & Gamble, the Veolia Foundation, the Avina Foundation, and others.  Water…