GWWI Final Impacts Women and men working together to extract filters Biosand Filters tested for leaks School's contaminated water source

Global Women's Water Initiative

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GWWI supports African women leaders to become water and sanitation technicians, educators, and entrepreneurs through sustainable, community-driven clean water initiatives. We also work to stimulate local economic development by investing in women's long-term entrepreneurial leadership and expertise. As technicians, women are trained and supported to build self-supply WASH solutions such as rainwater harvesting systems, toilets, and water treatment technologies. As educators, women offer hygiene education in the community to encourage proper hygiene practices to reduce the risk of water-related disease. As entrepreneurs, women earn income by making and selling water and hygiene rela...

Project Leaders
Gemma Bulos
Godliver Businge, Rose Wamalwa, Hajra Mukasa
Organization Information
2150 Allston Way, Ste. 460
Berkeley, CA 94704
United States

  BRIDGE# 3518461374
Organization Information
2150 Allston Way, Ste. 460
Berkeley, CA 94704
United States

  BRIDGE# 3518461374

Projects (1)

Project Reports

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Jun 1, 2016
GWWI Final Report!
It is with great pride and excitement that we share this wonderful report with you. As you know, GWWI trains grassroots women in Sub-Saharan Africa to become water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH)...
Mar 1, 2016
Women Train Women in Uganda to Bring Clean Water!
Since 2012, GWWI has been training women in Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania how to become water, sanitaiton and hygiene (WASH) technicians, trainers and social entrepreneurs. Why women? We train the people...
Dec 8, 2015
Women of H2ope Legacy of 'Firsts" Betty's Story
We at GWWI know that just providing clean water is not enough. In order for our women trainees to expand to other regions, continue to provide value and become self-reliant, they have to show how...
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