Field Insight Series

Each Field Insight describes a challenge we faced, the approach we took to address it, and the observed results. This effort is central to our mission to build a fact base for what works, what doesn't and why in water projects.

September 16, 2015
Safe Water Network's Water Resource Management team in India measured the hydrologic footprint of multiple Stations in a micro-watershed to ensure that environmental requirements are used to inform programs and promote efficient water resource use.
April 1, 2015
This Field Insight seeks to provide a better understanding of financial sustainability of reverse osmosis (RO) water systems, using examples from our Stations in India.
October 16, 2014
Safe Water Network and regional NGO, Modern Architects of Rural India (MARI), confronted challenges and organizational differences to tailor a solution for local needs. The result: a market-based model rolled out to 55 branded Safe Water Stations.
September 15, 2013
Treating people as consumers rather than beneficiaries is key to long-term success.

Insights and Engagements Market Review Intro

Sector Review

We conduct country-wide assessments in Ghana and India to understand the progress of programs and projects addressing affordable, safe-water access to identify opportunities to advance these solutions and foster best practices.

Forums & Workshops

2016 India Beyond the Pipe Forum

Our annual forum helped chart the roadmap to scale Small Water Enterprises in India.


A discussion on improving water system efficiencies provided the backdrop to launch two digital tools for small water enterprises.


Expansion of Safe Drinking Water 'iJal Stations' in Telangana: Cost-Effective, Replicable, Sustainable Service Delivery

This report captures how Honeywell India's CSR intervention has transformed the lives of the people in the 25 quality-affected habitations of Telangana and adjoining areas where treated water is currently made available at iJal stations for the walk-in consumer and for distant locations through distribution facilities.

Convenience matters: our delivery networks are bringing safe water to more households, contributing to improved health and livelihoods.

Technical Assistance

Insights and Engagements Technical Assistance Intro

We provide direct technical assistance and services on demand to organizations interested in implementing our model. Our program is available to international agencies, local governments, NGOs and social entrepreneurs. We also make available our comprehensive training materials and customize programs for specific requirements.