Issue Area: Water Rights


A4A is the short name for the Aqua for All foundation. From 2002, this foundation intends to create a link between Third World water and sanitation projects, sponsoring and socially responsible entrepreneurship. By acting as a ‘hinge’ between all parties involved, A4A wants to tackle the scarcity of drinking water …

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ACT Waterwatch

Waterwatch is a national community water quality monitoring network that encourages all Australians to become involved and active in the protection and management of their waterways and catchments.Since Waterwatch began, the number of monitoring groups has grown from 200 operating in 16 catchments, to nearly 3000 groups in 200 Catchments. …

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Adventist Development and Relief Agency

ADRAADRA Somalia has been operating in Somalia since 1992 implementing emergency relief and development interventions in different sectors. Since then, ADRA has managed over 50 projects funded by different donors in 8 sectors namely: water; primary health care; education; food security; infrastructure; institutional capacity building; micro-enterprise development and emergency response …

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African Civil Society Network on Water and Sanitation[ANEW]

The Mission of the Africa Civil Society Network on Water [ANEW] is to facilitate the coordination of diverse African Civil Society Organizations [CSO] voices in water and sanitation. Its main objective is to build the capacity of African CSOs, thus enabling them influence and develop policies supportive of MDG and …

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African Relief & Welfare Agency

Our visionWater is life and your generosity will save lives. In a globalised world ARWA Inc. is seeking a proper distribution of revenue and help to restore hope, tolerance, social justice, and provision for everyone to have access to health, education, and clean water in Africa.Our mission- ARWA Inc’s main …

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Africare Algeria

[imgur:127.gif:]Our mission:- Africare works to improve the quality of life in Africa.Our vision:Africare works in partnership with African communities to achieve healthy and productive societies. Africare’s approach places communities at the center of development activities. Africare believes that only through strong communities can Africa feed itself, appropriately exploit its natural …

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