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The Water Project Toolkit – a guide for water resources management towards sustainable develoment

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The Water Project Toolkit addresses the sustainable development of the water sector and contributes to translating the international development policies on freshwater resources management into actual development cooperation activities. The Water Project Toolkit is intended to be used by sector stakeholders such as governments, private sector, civil society, development partners, Universities and other training institutions, international organisations and all other practitioners involved in the water sector.

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Promote and implement human rights to water and capacity building of local communities and civil society

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This solution is a strategy for disseminating and awareness of the implications of the human right to water and capacity building of communities to exercise their right before local authorities, as part of the programme of strengthening civil society to contribute to sustainable water and sanitation at Mexico through its participation in the design, implementation and monitoring of public policies relating to conservation and water management.

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Enhancing the Role of Water Vendors in the Sustainable and Safe Water Provisioning Services

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The final aim of the project is to recognize and regularise the activities, roles, and institutional position of water vendors in Lagos State, and by facilitating capacity building, intermediation, coordination, and partnership between Lagos Water Corporation (LWC) and water vendors, state authorities can set the stage for better delivery of safe water services to the urban poor. This means encouraging operators who can sustain low-cost provision of these services to low-income and informal urban settlements-not creating new enterprises but supporting existing ones that have been catering to this market for many years.

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WaterHealth provides a sustainable, decentralized, scalable and sustainable solution that provides clean drinking water to underserved communities around the world.

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WaterHealth International aims to provide safe drinking water to 100 Million people in 10 years. The company has developed an innovative, scalable and sustainable business model to increase access to safe drinking water to thousands of underserved communities around the world. WaterHealth is working to bring its innovative approach and solution to help more people to have access to safe, great-tasting and affordable drinking water. Through decentralized and locally constructed and operated water purification centers, and using existing water and human resources, WaterHealth Centers provide a sustainable source of clean water, jobs and hygiene education to the communities in which it operates.

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IEC for Decentralized Water and Land Planning & Management

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The watershed management and geo-hydrological models are developed basically as a communication tool for the stakeholders, including rural and tribal communities and especially women and the poor.  This will allow them to become involved in watershed management projects in each step of the project cycle and at all levels of decision-making related to decentralized water and land resources planning for integrated development.

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Preventing Cholera Through Sustainable & Cost Effective Water Treatment

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The solution that Sotrad Water offers is a technical solution that uses ultrafiltration technology to treat ground and source water that may be contaminated by cholera or other diseases.

Our water treatment unit called the Pump & Drink works manually and performs a three step process to ensure a final quality of drinking water that meets WHO standards. 

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