Our partners

Since 2010, Akvo has been collaborating with USAID as part of the Dutch and United States governments’ cooperation in the field of water. Akvo is part of an open data working group established by USAID and The World Bank. USAID is co-funding a Millennium Water Alliance programme which uses Akvo RSR and Akvo FLOW to improve transparency in Kenya. In conjunction with Aqua4All, Akvo is in the process of extending and intensifying this partnership.

Millennium Water Alliance – Colombia (Akvo partner hero story, February 25, 2014)

Nepal’s Sector Efficiency Improvement Unit (SEIU) was established in 2008 within the Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD), which is responsible for the guidance and implementation of the water supply and sanitation programmes of the Government of Nepal. SEIU’s overall objective is to create a transparent, accountable, service-oriented and responsive water and sanitation sector. In June 2014, the SEIU Nepal team began using Akvo FLOW for faster and more accurate and effective data collection. The data is being used to produce a Water Utility Book, which will evaluate the performance of water service providers and increase their service standards.

Partners for Water is one of Akvo’s original lead investors. In a commitment to help reach the Millennium Development goals, the Dutch government pledged to provide clean drinking water and proper sanitation to 50 million people by 2015. Akvo was selected by Partners for Water to help it achieve this aim. In March 2008, it committed more than €235,000 of funds to our second round investment phase to match and encourage other investments from third parties.

Following the lead of its president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Liberia has played a lead role in recent years in realising the water and sanitation elements of the Millennium Development Goals. In 2010, an early version of FLOW was used to map the status of 10,000 water points in the country in partnership with WSP (World Bank) and UNICEF.

In 2012, Akvo signed a cooperation agreement with the Liberian government to develop the WASH Liberia portal. Akvo RSR is currently being used to bring Liberia’s water project portfolio online and we’re helping to establish a water monitoring unit within the government. Akvo FLOW is now being used to conduct a follow-on mapping exercise with the goal of introducing continuous monitoring. This programme is supported by UNICEF.

WASH Liberia portal – https://wash-liberia.org

We continue our ongoing strategic cooperation with DGIS to increase transparency and build Dutch and international public support for Dutch global aid spend. We helped bring the Dutch government’s water portfolio online using Akvo RSR and DGIS has financially contributed to the development of Akvo FLOW. With DEC (the transparency unit of DGIS) we set up and continue to develop Openaid.nl, which displays all Dutch development aid spend around the world through a user-friendly, open-standards compliant interface.

During the second phase of the National Programme of Water in Benin, Akvo FLOW is being used to map all water points in a pilot region. This is contributing to a sustainable collection of data to enable administrators to analyse and improve water and sanitation facilities in Bénin. If successful it will be used on a national scale.
The Burundi national government and Belgian development agency BTC are using Akvo FLOW for baseline studies and impact assessment of their joint programme to strengthen sector strategies in the areas of health care, education and agriculture.

Governments

  • Making aid more transparent

    Since 2010, Akvo has been collaborating with USAID as part of the Dutch and United States governments’ cooperation in the field of water. Akvo is part of an open data working group established by USAID and The World Bank. USAID is co-funding a Millennium Water Alliance programme which uses Akvo RSR and Akvo FLOW to improve transparency in Kenya. In conjunction with Aqua4All, Akvo is in the process of extending and intensifying this partnership.

    Millennium Water Alliance – Colombia (Akvo partner hero story, February 25, 2014)

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  • Improving the performance of water service providers

    Nepal’s Sector Efficiency Improvement Unit (SEIU) was established in 2008 within the Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD), which is responsible for the guidance and implementation of the water supply and sanitation programmes of the Government of Nepal. SEIU’s overall objective is to create a transparent, accountable, service-oriented and responsive water and sanitation sector. In June 2014, the SEIU Nepal team began using Akvo FLOW for faster and more accurate and effective data collection. The data is being used to produce a Water Utility Book, which will evaluate the performance of water service providers and increase their service standards.
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  • Tackling Millennium Development goals

    Partners for Water is one of Akvo’s original lead investors. In a commitment to help reach the Millennium Development goals, the Dutch government pledged to provide clean drinking water and proper sanitation to 50 million people by 2015. Akvo was selected by Partners for Water to help it achieve this aim. In March 2008, it committed more than €235,000 of funds to our second round investment phase to match and encourage other investments from third parties.

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  • Mapping and monitoring the country's water supply

    Following the lead of its president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Liberia has played a lead role in recent years in realising the water and sanitation elements of the Millennium Development Goals. In 2010, an early version of FLOW was used to map the status of 10,000 water points in the country in partnership with WSP (World Bank) and UNICEF.

    In 2012, Akvo signed a cooperation agreement with the Liberian government to develop the WASH Liberia portal. Akvo RSR is currently being used to bring Liberia’s water project portfolio online and we’re helping to establish a water monitoring unit within the government. Akvo FLOW is now being used to conduct a follow-on mapping exercise with the goal of introducing continuous monitoring. This programme is supported by UNICEF.

    WASH Liberia portal – https://wash-liberia.org

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  • It's time for open data

    We continue our ongoing strategic cooperation with DGIS to increase transparency and build Dutch and international public support for Dutch global aid spend. We helped bring the Dutch government’s water portfolio online using Akvo RSR and DGIS has financially contributed to the development of Akvo FLOW. With DEC (the transparency unit of DGIS) we set up and continue to develop Openaid.nl, which displays all Dutch development aid spend around the world through a user-friendly, open-standards compliant interface.

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  • improving water and sanitation

    During the second phase of the National Programme of Water in Benin, Akvo FLOW is being used to map all water points in a pilot region. This is contributing to a sustainable collection of data to enable administrators to analyse and improve water and sanitation facilities in Bénin. If successful it will be used on a national scale.
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  • healthcare, education and agriculture

    The Burundi national government and Belgian development agency BTC are using Akvo FLOW for baseline studies and impact assessment of their joint programme to strengthen sector strategies in the areas of health care, education and agriculture.
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Companies

  • Drinking water projects in African schools

    Vitens is one of the largest drinking water companies in the Netherlands. As a partner in the Football for Water programme, it is implementing drinking water and sanitation facilities at schools in Mozambique, Ghana and Kenya, as well as getting involved in additional Sport for Development activities. Akvo has been working with Vitens to bring these activities to life online using Akvo RSR.

    Football for Water website

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  • SMS and mobile services for the poor

    TTC Mobile (formerly Text to Change) runs mobile phone-based services intended to help improve the living conditions and prospects of the poor. It shares Akvo’s home at the AmLab in Amsterdam and the organisations work together to create a hub of like-minded problem solvers focused on international development. It is part of the Connect4Change alliance, is a partner in the AmLab 360 programme backed by the Gates Foundation, and provides SMS services that can be used in addition to Akvo’s tools, by partners.

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  • Finance

    The Rabobank Foundation is committed to improving the lives of underprivileged and disadvantaged groups of people in society by providing them with the opportunity to live full and independent lives. Rabobank has been financially supporting Akvo with a €500,000 loan since 2009. It has also collaborated in the financial engineering of some large Akvo programmes and Akvo has helped  Rabobank clients and contacts develop new strategies using Akvo’s technology and services. In 2013, Akvo became part of a Rabobank Foundation programme that aims to improve the lives of farmers in Sri Lanka.

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  • Sustainable cocoa

    Mars is pioneering an initiative to ensure all its cocoa comes from sustainable sources by 2020. In 2012 it used RSR in a pilot micro-finance programme to help Ivory Coast farmers increase yields. 2013 saw the development of a website to enable story-telling from these farmers to Mars associates globally, and an Akvo FLOW dashboard to facilitate data collection in Ivory Coast and Indonesia.

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  • Sport

    The Dutch Royal Dutch Soccer Union is the lead partner in the Football for Water consortium, which is built around its World Coaches initiative. In addition to our involvement in Football for Water, Akvo is also working to improve transparency across the World Coaches programme, to bring sporting development activities to life online so the general public can get more engaged.

    Football for Water in Ghana (Akvo partner hero story, August 30, 2013)

    Football for Water website (Akvo RSR implementation)

    KNVB’s Oeds-Willem Miedema and Akvo’s co-founder Peter van der Linde on Football for Water (WaterCouch.tv video interview, the Hague, March 22, 2014)

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  • Food and drink

    EARTH Water sells distinctively marketed products, including bottled water and coffee, in Europe and North America to raise awareness and funds for water projects. It uses Akvo RSR to show customers where the net profit from the water they buy goes. It also partners with Akvo to raise funds for water projects at sports tournaments and other events, such as Live Earth and Rock and Run.

    www.earthwater.nl website

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  • Output-based aid

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  • Investing in Akvo FLOW

    Cisco Inc supported Akvo in executing a successful funding round for Akvo FLOW in the United States in 2012. As part of this round, it provided a grant of $100,000 for the development of the FLOW software platform. This was followed up in 2014 by an additional $225,000 grant for the further development of Akvo FLOW.

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Foundations

  • Investing in Akvo FLOW

    The Kenneth L Harder Trust is a US philanthropic foundation that was established to invest in progressive and innovative initiatives. In summer 2013, the Trust made a grant of $300,000 to Akvo specifically to fund the continuing development of Akvo FLOW. This builds on an earlier grant to Water for People, the initiator of FLOW, that has supported its work in Bolivia.

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  • Investing in Akvo FLOW

    The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation is a family foundation established in 1944 by the man who started Hilton Hotels. It provides funds to nonprofit organisations working to improve the lives of disadvantaged and vulnerable people throughout the world. It has financially supported the development of Akvo FLOW with a $230,000 grant as the latest extension of its ongoing partnership with Water For People, the initiator of FLOW.

    Follow the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation on Twitter @hiltonfound

    https://www.hiltonfoundation.org

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  • Showing the world aid is working

    The Gates Foundation financially backs the development of Akvo FLOW, in relation to a large implementation in Ghana. In 2012, together with our AmLab neighbours 1%CLUB and Text to Change, we secured a grant from the Foundation to jointly implement our tools and services for the first time, under an intense spotlight. We actively participated in workshops hosted by the Gates Foundation designed to galvanise new initiatives.

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Inter-governmental

  • Transparency, open data and knowledge sharing

    Akvo has a partnership in place with the World Bank to cooperate around innovative and open concepts to promote development. Akvo first worked with the World Bank during its Sanitation Hackathon series, with the Hackathon using the sanitation portal of Akvopedia as its core knowledge wiki to underpin the global event series. Akvo is part of the World Bank’s working group on open data and transparency and is also hosting the Water and Sanitation Program (WSP) that facilitates national water mapping exercises with FLOW in Sierra Leone.

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  • Open data portal

    We’ve been working with UN-Habitat to introduce and develop Open UN-Habitat, an open data portal built on Akvo Openaid, with the support of our software development partner Zimmerman & Zimmerman. We’re also collaborating to bring projects related to the Lake Victoria Water and Sanitation Initiative online using Akvo RSR and are currently piloting Akvo FLOW in Kenya.

    End-to-end transparency with UN-Habitat (Akvo partner hero story, Sep 18, 2013)

    Open UN-Habitat

    UN Habitat projects in Akvo RSR
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  • Introducing Akvo FLOW in West Africa

    Akvo is working closely with UNICEF in West and Central Africa (WCARO), Ethiopia and the Pacific Region. Work is ongoing for national water point mapping exercises in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Mali, Benin, Guinee Conakry, Ethiopia, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Fiji and Vanuatu. The partnership focuses on facilitating continuous national monitoring. Akvo has additionally been closely supporting UNICEF in its role as lead responder following Hurricane Pam in Vanuatu. UNICEF is also a partner in the Football for Water programme, a €27 million programme which is using Akvo RSR and Akvo FLOW to profile work to use the popularity and energy of football to water and sanitation in 1100 schools in Ghana, Mozambique and Kenya.

    Using open data for Vanuatu disaster response (Akvo RSR project update, March 19, 2015)

    Evariste Kouassi Komlan of UNICEF, Akvo Track Day, Amsterdam (Akvo.tv video, May 23, 2014)

    Football for Water in Ghana (Akvo partner hero story, August 30, 2013)

    Football for Water website (Akvo RSR implementation)

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  • Central and Eastern European development programmes

    Since 2012, Akvo has been supporting UNDP’s Bratislava based team, which leads the organisation’s development projects in Central and Eastern Europe, to publish its projects. This was the first substantial RSR implementation in a large UN organisation. It’s been warmly welcomed and soundly embedded into working methods.

    undp.akvoapp.org (Akvo RSR implementation)

    UNDP Eurasia home page

    UNDP, Helen Clark, innovation and Akvo (all via Twitter) (Akvo blog, November 19, 2013)

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NGOs

  • Protecting wildlife with Akvo FLOW

    WWF-Indonesia is using Akvo tools to collect data on bycatch in the fishery sector, and to map the nesting sites of sea turtles across Indonesia so they can be better protected.

    WWF-Indonesia
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  • Food sustainability

    Welthungerlife is an international NGO striving towards global, sustainable food security by promoting agriculture suited to local conditions, access to clean water, the provision of modern, environmentally friendly energy and the improvement of health education. It has been active in Africa for over 40 years and is currently using Akvo FLOW in Uganda, Zimbabwe and Burkina Faso to improve the monitoring and evaluation of its programmes and the communication of information. 
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  • Instigator of FLOW

    In 2012, we signed a partnership with Water For People to assume responsibility for the further development and rollout of FLOW. Together we secured investment from Hilton Foundation and Cisco Inc. Water For People continues to be a leading user of Akvo FLOW, assisting in the testing and deployment of the latest versions in its programmes.

    Water For People in West Bengal – India (Akvo partner hero story, February 14, 2014)

    Revolutionizing Philanthropy: Three Tenets for Non-Profits (Huffington Post, February 11, 2014)

    Going with the FLOW to Achieve Impact (Huffington Post, March 21, 2013)

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  • SNV

    Sustainable sanitation & hygiene

    SNV is an international NGO active in 38 countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. It works with local communities, businesses and organisations in the fields of agriculture, renewable energy, and water, sanitation & hygiene. 

    SNV is a global strategic partner of Akvo. We are working together closely in several countries and programmes in the fields of water and sanitation. SNV uses Akvo Flow in its Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All (SSH4A) programme in Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Nepal, Mozambique, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. SSH4A is supported by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) and several other national governments. SNV is currently piloting Flow in two municipalities in Burkina Faso, and in Mali it’s using Flow in partnership with UNICEF within UNICEF’s West and Central Africa programme which is funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs (DGIS). SNV is also introducing Flow for data collection in sanitation and hygiene programmes in Nepal, Bhutan, Indonesia, Cambodia and Laos. SNV is also lead funding partner of Akvo Caddisfly

     

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  • Water & sanitation and sexual & reproductive health

    Simavi focuses on water, sanitation and hygiene and sexual and reproductive health in order to structurally improve basic health of marginalised communities in Africa and Asia.

    It supported Akvo in its first funding round with a small investment grant. As the lead partner in the WASH Alliance, it has gone on to use Akvo’s tools at a programme level. It’s also using Akvo FLOW in a new project in Tanzania backed by the Swiss government.

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  • Rainwater harvesting

    RAIN is a Dutch NGO that focuses on promoting and implementing rainwater harvesting solutions in Africa and Asia. As a partner in the WASH Alliance it has been an active contributor and user of all Akvo tools. In 2013, RAIN secured a large programme with IFAD. Akvo is providing the website infrastructure for this programme using Akvo Pages. With the support of RAIN, Akvo has developed a new portal in Akvopedia, focused on rainwater harvesting. RAIN has also decided to use Akvo RSR and Akvo FLOW across its full programme portfolio.

    BRACED for WUMP3R in Nepal and Pakistan – The inception meeting (RAIN Foundation blog, February 25, 2014)

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  • Sustainable development of the Niger Delta region

    PIND Foundation aims to use the power of the internet to bring together people concerned with the sustainable development of the Niger Delta region through NDLink – an information and communications platform. Akvo is helping PIND bring around 1,000 projects online on the NDLink platform using Akvo RSR, and training PIND staff and partners on maintaining their projects online and posting updates.

    The journey to transparency for NDLink, Akvo blog, December 16, 2014

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  • Promoting open data

    Open for Change is a network for transparency, collaboration and impact in international development, founded in the Netherlands. It aims to increase access to data, knowledge and software applications within the global development sector and especially within the Dutch network of collaborating organisations. Akvo is a founding partner in the network and supports its mission. It plays an active role in coordinating Dutch efforts in this area, works to assist the Dutch government in opening up data, and helps organise events that bring relevant people together across Europe.

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  • Building partnerships and networks

    Akvo is still a member of NWP, a comprehensive network that unites Dutch water expertise, who incubated us in our early years. During 2012 we worked with IRC, Aqua for All and NWP to develop a joint US strategy that has resulted in several initiatives with US and Dutch water sector NGOs. One programme now underway is the large Millennium Water Alliance programme in Kenya.

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  • Mobile data collection to reduce child mortality

    The Netherlands Red Cross uses Akvo FLOW to monitor a programme aimed at reducing child mortality caused by diarrhea and related diseases in several countries in Africa and Asia.
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  • Bringing water and sanitation to millions

    Backed by USAID, Coca Cola and FEMSA, this major consortium of US NGOs in the field of water and sanitation is working towards realising the water and sanitation elements of the Millennium Development Goals. Akvo is supporting MWA in Latin America and East Africa, where it’s using FLOW for project monitoring in Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras, Mexico, Colombia and Kenya. MWA also uses the Akvo RSR API to publish its projects on its website.

    Millennium Water Alliance – Colombia (Akvo partner hero story, February 25, 2014)

    Millennium Water Alliance website – www.mwawater.org, featuring project field updates posted via Akvo RSR

    Millennium Water Alliance Akvo FLOW map

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  • ICT for development

    As the lead partner in the Connect4Change consortium, IICD has spearheaded the use of Akvo RSR to publish online the full portfolio of the consortium’s projects in health, education and information technology. IICD has local networks of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) advisors in place to support the introduction of new technologies in remote or poor areas of the world and Akvo is using this support in other programmes where appropriate.

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  • Showing aid programmes online

    As partners in the WASH and Connect4Change alliances, we’ve been working with ICCO – one of the largest and oldest Dutch NGOs – for over four years to help them introduce new ways of working into their organisation. ICCO is a leading proponent of Akvo FLOW in south east Asia, particularly in Indonesia, where it’s pioneering its use in food security programmes. Akvo’s South East Asia team shares its home with ICCO’s regional hub in Delhi. Akvo and ICCO are also partnering to roll out FLOW in Eastern Africa and Asia.

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  • Sport and development

    This four year, €27 million programme uses the popularity and energy of football to improve hygiene education, drinking water and sanitation in more than 1000 schools in Ghana, Mozambique and Kenya. Partners include Dutch Royal Soccer Union (KNVB), UNICEF, Simavi, Aqua for All, Vitens Evides International and the Dutch Ministery of Foreign Affairs. We’re helping map and monitor all the projects online using RSR and FLOW. Several spin-offs are emerging, including Sport for Development – a further €4m, eight-country programme.

    Football for Water in Ghana (Akvo partner hero story, August 30, 2013)

    Football for Water website (Akvo RSR implementation)

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  • Using Akvo FLOW to improve education outcomes

    Edukans is working to improve access to high quality education for underprivileged children and adolescents in developing countries. In 2014, Edukans began using Akvo FLOW to monitor education projects initially in Ethiopia, Ghana and Malawi. The aim is to create a bottom-up, systemic and transparent online project monitoring and evaluation system that will provide real insight into results achieved by Edukans’ partners in order to see what works and what doesn’t. During 2015, the system is being rolled out to India, Kenya, Uganda, Zambia, Bolivia and Peru.
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  • Water and sanitation

    This five year, €50 million Dutch government programme is improving water and sanitation facilities for two million people in eight countries. We’re supporting 100 field partner organisations to publish project information using Akvo RSR and helping run workshops to increase local capacity for reporting. We’re currently rolling out Akvo FLOW in Nepal, Bangladesh and Kenya, introducing Akvo Openaid, and implementing the consortium’s website, built on Akvo Pages.

    www.washalliance.nl
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  • empowering youth to combat AIDS

    dance4life is an international initiative set up in 2003 to involve and empower young people all around the world to counter the spread of HIV and AIDS and the stigma and taboos that surround it. It is implementing Akvo FLOW in two pilot countries, Uganda and Kenya, in order to measure the effects  and outcomes of its programmes.
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  • Health

    One of the largest Dutch NGOs, Cordaid is reorganising in response to changes in how aid is allocated. As part of this process, it resolved to become much more transparent. Following its experience in Connect4Change, Cordaid is deploying RSR across the organisation to publish its entire portfolio of around 1000 projects. RSR is also the underlying content management tool for its new website, which is improving communications internally and externally. Akvo will support all Cordaid’s partners across the globe, training them to use Akvo RSR.

    Cordaid website

    Cordaid – Opening Up (Cordaid website blog, January 15, 2014)

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  • Technology, health, education, and economic developments

    Connect4Change is a five-year Dutch government-funded programme of just under €50 million that uses technology to improve health, education and economic development in 11 African and South American countries. We help field partners publish project information using RSR and have introduced FLOW in Uganda.

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  • Water and sanitation

    We’ve had a strategic partnership with Dutch foundation Aqua for All almost since our inception. It’s brought over 190 projects online with RSR and is helping us deploy FLOW in other consortia programmes like Football for Water. Aqua for All is working with Akvo to expand our joint partnerships in the United States, in conjunction with DGIS. We also support Walking for Water, its annual fundraising and awareness campaign focused on engaging school children.

    www.wandelenvoorwater.nl 
    www.walkingforwater.eu
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  • Water and health

    AMREF, an African-based organisation focused on tackling drinking water and health problems, has for some years been an active partner of Akvo, particularly via the WASH Alliance programme. It has contributed knowledge to Akvopedia and is currently using Akvo FLOW for monitoring in Tanzania.

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  • Mobilising people for positive change

    The 1%CLUB is a marketplace that connects development projects with people, money and knowledge around the world. It’s focused on engaging individuals and groups to commit one per cent of their time and money to international development projects. The 1%CLUB and Akvo together set up AmLab, a workspace for like-minded organisations in Amsterdam where we’re now both based. This has led to initiatives such as AmLab 360, in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

    GoThree60 website (beta)

    Go Three60! (Akvo blog, May 3, 2013)

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Knowledge institutes

  • Connecting academics to real projects

    The UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education is an international institute established in 2003. It is working together with Akvo to engage its global network of more than 14,000 alumni who today work actively on water and sanitation projects around the world. The UNESCO-IHE logo is now featured on water bottles being sold by Earth Water, with all profits being used to fund projects featured on Akvo RSR. Our common goals are to use Akvo tools to help alumni match projects with funds, share progress and impact online and encourage editor contributions to the Akvopedia.

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  • IRC

    Monitoring water and sanitation programmes in Africa

    IRC is an international think-and-do tank that works with governments, NGOs, businesses and people around the world to find long-term solutions to the global crisis in water, sanitation and hygiene services. At the heart of its mission is the aim to move from short-term interventions to sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene services. In 2012 we signed an agreement to intensify our work with IRC and together promote innovative ways of monitoring. We are working together on a large programme in Ghana, which will see Akvo FLOW rolled out country-wide. We also jointly developed a new finance portal within our knowledge base, Akvopedia.

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  • Research partner

    Eawag is a world-leading aquatic research institute. Sandec, the Department of Water and Sanitation in Developing Countries in Eawag, assisted Akvo in the free and open adaptation of its Compendium of Sanitation Systems and Technologies which provided the basis for Akvopedia’s sanitation portal.

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