• Catholic Relief Services
    $130,000 through April, 2021

    to execute the municipality’s emergency plan for COVID-19 across 93 schools and 17 healthcare facilities in Banfora, Burkina Faso through a collective action approach.

    Safe Water International Awarded: June, 2020
  • Water4, Inc.
    $193,000 through January, 2021

    to ensure continuity of water supply for communities and 16 healthcare facilities in the Safe Water district of Wassa East, Ghana, and to strengthen the capacity of District Health Office to advance WASH-IPC in healthcare facilities.

    Safe Water International Awarded: May, 2020
  • Stanford University
    $500,000 through January, 2022

    to foster adoption of a suite of products that support a systems orientation to program implementation by Safe Water grantees and WASH wider sector actors using a training of trainers approach.

    Safe Water International Awarded: February, 2020
  • DataBoom
    $200,000 through April, 2021

    to establish a method for documenting and communicating the results, progress and story on district-level implementation for safe water services.

    Safe Water International Awarded: February, 2020
  • Aquaya Institute
    $25,000 through May, 2020

    to conduct a landscape review on big data initiatives for safe water.

    Safe Water International Awarded: November, 2019
  • World Resources Institute
    $245,000 through December, 2021

    to scope opportunities for watershed investments, and identify water risk considerations for development planning.

    Safe Water International Awarded: November, 2019
  • PATH
    $50,000 through May, 2019

    to extend the evaluation of the Safistation to inform a market-entry and commercialization strategy.

    Safe Water International Awarded: February, 2019
  • Jibu, L3C
    $250,000 through December, 2019

    To develop a customer engagement program for a safe water franchise model in Uganda.

    Safe Water International Awarded: November, 2018
  • WaterAid America, Inc.
    $100,000 through December, 2020

    To test a new handpump riser pipe technology to improve quality of water services in Uganda.

    Safe Water International Awarded: November, 2018
  • The Center To Promote Healthcare Access Inc.
    $175,000 through October, 2021

    To empower transition age youth of LA County to easily find and access services and benefits that enable them to achieve social and economic mobility.

    Safe Water USA Awarded: November, 2018