Stanford University$500,000 through November, 2021
to bolster the Safe Water Strategy assessment through collection of monitoring data from focal and comparator districts on service levels, financial flows and human capital.
World Vision$2,000,000 through November, 2023
To support the implementation of WASH services in Healthcare Facilities within two municipalities in Niger.
WaterAid America, Inc.$2,000,000 through December, 2023
To implement WASH services for communities, schools and healthcare facilities in two districts in Mali.
Aquaya Institute$25,000 through May, 2020
to conduct a landscape review on big data initiatives for safe water.
World Resources Institute$245,000 through December, 2021
to scope opportunities for watershed investments, and identify water risk considerations for development planning.
Water4, Inc.$150,000 through December, 2020
to extend water services to reach district-wide coverage in the Wassa East district of Ghana.
Envicom Corporation$50,000 through November, 2020
to integrate geospatial capability and analytics into Jibu's software platform to improve long-term management and decision support for the safe water franchise.
PATH$1,500,000 through August, 2022
To prepare for the commercialization launch of a chlorine generator technology.
Netcentric Campaigns, Inc.$1,000,000 through August, 2024
To advance the network building approach in the district of Asutifi North, Ghana with potential for global replication.
Envicom Corporation$47,000 through March, 2021
to provide geospatial technical support to Safe Water Enterprises.
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