See it happen

Akvo’s tools are used by hundreds of organisations around the world from small local NGOs to national governments and multilateral aid organisations. Below is a snapshot of what’s going on across the network of organisations using our tools right now.

You can find out about our core partners and the main programmes we support on our partners page or browse all the projects and organisations currently on Akvo RSR.

This page will be expanded significantly over the next few months, with more in-depth data.

Data collected with Akvo tools

  • Akvo RSR

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    • Project Budgets:

      € 5.088billion

    How is this data collected? Automatically from the Akvo RSR database via the RSR API

    How often is this data refreshed? Every four hours.

  • Akvo Flow

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    How is this data collected? Manually, via a script run on the Google App Enging FLOW instances.

    How often is this data refreshed? Monthly.

RSR: Latest project updates

  • RSR Update

    New WASH Facilities for Oranto Primary Health Centre in Ukpo

    • by  Uzoamaka Beatrice Klein Leugemors
    • The Oranto Primary Health Centre project in Ukpo was completed in March 2016 and officially commissioned on 24 March 2016. This project was made possible with matching funds from Wilde Ganzen and with financial contribution from several funders including the ASN Foundation, Stichting Salvatoriaanse Hulpactie and many other organizations in the Netherlands, some of whom prefer to remain anonymous. With the completion of this project and under the supervision of RWF Nigeria, the primary health centre was provided with a modern toilet block comprising a male and female compartment. The female compartment has four flush toilets, two hand-wash basins and a shower section while the male compartment is made up of three flush toilets, two urinals, two hand-wash basins and one shower section. A solar powered borehole, a water tower with pump installation to pump water to the toilet compartments, tap stations inside the health centre compound and outside the health centre for use by the neighbouring households. RWF staff in Nigeria conducted a series of training sessions for the staff of the primary health centre and selected parents on the use of the new facilities and how to maintain and preserve them.

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  • RSR Update

    Equipement arrives at the national laboratory in Bamako

    • by  Rianne van Dorp
    • This week, the installation of new equipement at the national laboratory in Bamako (Laboratoire Nationale des Eaux (LNE)) has started. At the moment, the LNE is poorly equipped and not able to do advanced measurements that are necessary to provide a full picture of the physical and chemical state of the Niger River. Water quality monitoring is an important part of the GIRE project, so the new equipement will be of great use! Everything is tested under supervision of a consultant from Burkina Faso and will be divided between the laboratory in Bamako and Mopti. The new equipement is good news for the national monitoring strategy which is planned to start in April with the first sampling round. The coming weeks there will be several trainings for the office staff and hopefully for me as well, to get familiar with the new equipement. In addition, there is a pilot project on its way to measure water quality in urban agricultural gardens with Akvo Caddisfly. The idea is to hold a kick-off fieldwork day with Akvo, the DNH and Agriprofocus at a garden in Kati hopefully somewhere next month.

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  • RSR Update

    A Synopsis of Agriculture Training in 5 VDC's

    • by  Nepal Trust
    • IPM / FYM, harvest and post-harvest training was held in Chautara , Bhade Gau and Helambu respectively. All the 100 participants came far away from their respective village to be a part in the training. 100 participants were together as a team for 4 days training. During the 4 days training the participants were trained in theoretical as well as practical approach on IPM / FYM, Harvest and Post-Harvest. In order to identify our participant’s feedback the 100 participants filled the Training Evaluation Form. After analyzing the data of 100 participants from Kunchok , Syaule , Nawalpur , Shipapokhare and Helambu VDC we found out 33 participants were female and 67 participants were male farmers. Out of 100 participants 49 farmers found out that the mentors could explain the subject matter and 48 farmers found out that the mentors could illustrate concept in an excellent technique. 44 participants rated that the trainers could answer the questions in a good technique. Additionally, the training was ranked excellent, good, average and fair in terms of usefulness of training materials, convenience of training schedule, pace of training, training structure and usefulness of the information. Inclusive all the 100 participants found the training session as a platform for learning in a participatory method, by observing the vegetables farm, by preparing homemade pesticides.

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