Since 2010, we have worked with communities in India to develop locally owned and managed Safe Water Stations.
We partner with organizations in India for their specialized local knowledge. They help us in mobilizing communities, and implement health and hygiene training.
This local NGO played an important role in our rainwater harvesting program in Rajasthan, India.
We continually optimize our approach, and solutions partners provide specialized skills to solve well-defined challenges. Their support has helped us with initiatives from demand generation to remote monitoring.
Accenture provided important research and analytical support for the completion of our India Market Assessment.
IBM provides technical input into the development of our Business Analytics Platform that compiles our remote monitoring data into useful information for decision makers.
IMRB International provides valuable market research and consumer insight for our consumer activation programs in India.
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi provided important expertise and support for our rainwater harvesting project.
Mark & Space Telesystems provided important development support to our remote monitoring efforts in India.
The Tata Strategic Management Group provided important research and analytical support for the completion of our India Market Sector Report.
Some of the world’s leading organizations support us with financial resources. Our funding partners come from a range of sectors, including governments, national and global corporations, and foundations.
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) provides important funding for our expansion program in Maharashtra, India's second most populace state.
The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation has provided multi-year funding for our Ghana Assessment research and publication, as well as contributed to our Ghanaian field initiatives.
Paul Newman co-founded Safe Water Network and his foundation, Newman’s Own, continues to provide important funding for our field initiatives, communications and dissemination programs.
Oracle is supporting Safe Water Network India in setting up four iJal stations that will provide safe water access to about 15,000 people.
The India Water Partnership provides important funding to support our water resource management activities.