EWP members

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W Y
Contact:
Eric Stowe
A Child's Right provides water purification technologies and clean water systems to orphanages, street shelters, children's hospitals and schools in developing countries.
Contact:
Brittany Young
A non-profit public charity that builds wells in rural African Schools.
Contact:
Christine Kahmann
Action Against Hunger is an international humanitarian organisation committed to ending child hunger Recognised as one of the leading organisations in the fight against malnutrition, Action Against Hunger works to save the lives of malnourished children while providing communities with sustainable access to safer water and long term solutions to hunger.
Contact:
Jean La Pegue
Le combat d’Action contre la Faim vise à éradiquer la faim de manière globale, durable et efficace dans le monde.
Contact:
Laurent Kouma Dekalikan
To provide safe drinking water along with improved hygiene and health education and awareness and sanitation facilities, within the population of Togo. Reducing water-borne diseases, particularly diarrhoeal diseases among children. To enhance many lives through improved access to water supply and sanitation in Togo. To increase accessibility and availability to safe, adequate and reliable water supply and contribute to the provision of appropriate sanitation services to poor and disadvantaged people. To improve the standard of living of people I small towns and rural villages especially children through programmes of education, training and social welfare.
Contact:
Princewill Emeka Mordi
Africa Intiative for Environment Sustainable Network's mission is to reduce poverty through their campaign against Publice Private Participation in the water sector.
Contact:
Baker Yiga
The African Civil Society Network on Water and Sanitation (ANEW) is a regional networking body of African civil society organizations (CSOs) actively involved in the field of sustainable water management, water supply and sanitation.ANEW is an autonomous Africa-wide platform which aims to ensure that the diverse voices of African civil society organizations on water and sanitation are represented and heard in the development and implementation of Water and Sanitation plans and policies.
Contact:
David Atieku
arudmo@gmail.com
ARUDMO works with women, youth and rural communities in Africa to provide education, training and resources for economic, political and personal empowerment. The organisation is led by a network of country representatives.
Contact:
MD. Moniruzzaman
Aid Organization is a Non-Govt., Non-profit, Voluntary and Social welfare organization working in Bangladesh. It was established in 1997 with the initiative of some social workers in Southern Part of Bangladesh at promoting the life status of poor and disadvantaged people of Bangladesh especially for women, children and disabled persons. Aid Organization believes in non-directive, bottom up, integrated and participatory development framework.
Contact:
info@aidlink.ie
Aidlink exists to improve the lives of those living in poverty in the developing world. Founded in 1982, we are an Irish NGO that has worked in development for 30 years. Central to Aidlink’s practice is the partnership model. Aidlink now works with 6 partner organisations in 3 African countries, Kenya, Uganda and Ghana. Our programmes focus on the basic development needs of communities as identified by them: water, education, food security and health (including HIV and AIDS). Aidlink also operates a successful development education programme with transition year students in Ireland. The programme promotes a greater understanding of the causes of poverty and inequality in the world.
Contact:
Imran Arshad
The Foundation works in the international area of disaster relief and its innovation aid delivery model comprises Rescue, Recovery, Relief, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction.
Contact:
Angel Jiménez
info@alianzaporlasolidaridad.org
Contact:
Shamim Arfeen
AOSED is committed to conserving environment, ecology and biodiversity of the Southwest Coastal Region of Bangladesh, facing the challenges bring created by climate change, and improving the standard of lives and livelihoods of grassroots people through ensuring their access to natural and other common resources.
Contact:
Malik Nazir / Ahmed Wattoo
Anjuman Samaji Behbood (ASB) works the field of water and sanitation.
Contact:
Jaqui Goldin