More than 40% of the world’s population face water scarcity and many are affected by contaminants like E. coli, fluoride, and arsenic. The climate crisis is taking a heavy toll on our water resources, and reliable data is a crucial component to managing water and ensuring safe and sustainable access.
At Akvo, we provide digital data solutions so that organisations and governments can monitor their WaSH activities, waterpoints and water quality data in a fast, affordable and scalable way.
Discover our WaSH and water quality data solutions.
What WaSH and water quality data services and solutions does Akvo offer?
Design your water quality data or WASH programme
Test and monitor 30+ water quality parameters using a smartphone and hardware
Develop WaSH surveys for a variety of programme purposes
Digitise your data management for WaSH and water quality monitoring
Analyse your water quality data, create interactive maps, and generate insights for decision making
Implement PMEL platforms to monitor programme performance (including SDG and JMP monitoring)
Check out our work
Solomon Islands is a nation of 900 mountainous and volcanic islands. Of the 600 inhabited islands, only 345 have health care facilities (HCFs). In total, 355 HCFs serve the country’s population of 620,000. In 2019, the Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) teamed up with UNICEF, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill […]Establishing a WASH and water quality monitoring system in Solomon Islands with UNICEF
In Mali, SOMAGEP (SOciété MAlienne de GEstion de l’Eau Potable), World Waternet and Akvo teamed up to digitise water quality testing and improve the management of drinking water distribution systems.Digitising water quality testing and monitoring in Mali with SOMAGEP
Watershed (2016 – 2020) is a strategic partnership under the dialogue and dissent programme of the Dutch ministry of foreign affairs (DGIS), in which four Dutch NGOs work together with civil society organisations (CSOs) in six countries: Uganda, Kenya, Bangladesh, India, Ghana, and Mali. In Uganda, the Watershed programme has been working to improve […]Gathering evidence for advocacy in Uganda with Watershed