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  • Lessons learned from VIA Water: Scaling innovations with incubation support

    Now our first programme has come to an end, we would like to share the achievements of our unique incubation support programme. In our last infosheet, we proudly present the total outcome of 5 years of supporting innovation!...

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  • Lessons learned from VIA Water: Insights into the innovation process

    Far from being straightforward, innovation is a challenging process that requires an open, flexible and experimental approach....

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  • Urban Ecosan Pilot Project in Kigali and Musanze: Lessons Learned from the Field

    Rwanda Environment Care (REC), SNV, Ecosan Fumbira Products Ltd. (EFP) and SANIDEV have been piloting ecological sanitation (ecosan) toilet blocks in two busy public places and three schools in Kigali City and three schools in Musanze. The public ecosan toilets in Kigali also have integrated commercial spaces for local shopkeepers and entrepreneurs to rent and use. In both the school and public...

  • New brochure Aqua for All/VIA water

    ‘Making Water Count’ is the new Aqua for All programme to facilitate and finance access to clean water, good sanitation & hygiene for all. Are you an (impact) investor, a public grantor or a funding NGO? Do you have a brilliant solution to a water or sanitation challenge and are you looking for support? Find out more about our new programme in this brochure!

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  • The Digitalisation of African Agriculture

    Agricultural transformation is needed to meet the challenges of food and nutrition insecurity, climate change, youth unemployment and overall economic growth in Africa. ...

  • WHO International Scheme to Evaluate Household Water Treatment Technologies

    WHO has been independently evaluating the performance of household water treatment (HWT) technologies in removing microbial contaminants from drinking water. This report showcases the results from the second round of the WHO International Scheme to Evaluate Household Water Treatment Technologies which compared 20 different HWT technologies based on WHO health performance criteria....

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