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Published on: 07/05/2015

A three year initiative (2015-2018) to increase access to safe water particularly for people living at the base of the economic pyramid (BOP)

The programme focuses on replicating successful business models for household water treatment and storage (HWTS) systems. This is done by supporting, consolidating and documenting selected business models in Cambodia, India, Guinea Conakry, Nepal and Pakistan.

The main objectives of the programme were:

  • 5-7 business models to deliver safe water to the base of the economic pyramid are consolidated, and viable to be replicated globally;
  • safe water policies are introduced in selected countries; Nepal and/or India and/or Cambodia and/or Guinea Conakry.

Antenna Technologies, an NGO based in Geneva, was leading the initiative. Partners are IRC, the Freshwater Action Network South Asia (FANSA) and Aqua for All. Funding is coming from the Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC) and Aqua for All.

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