The approach for our work with each country will be tailored to that nation’s specific needs and circumstances. Generally, we:
- Assess a population’s access to improved water and sanitation services
- Identify governance, regulatory, personnel and other barriers preventing the growth of these services
- Partner with stakeholders in the water and sanitation industry, NGOs and other actors involved in that country to provide technical assistance in overcoming identified barriers looking to international best practices as a guide.
The IWSH Foundation works to improve the human condition by fostering the basic human right of safe access to clean water and sanitation.
We strive to align efforts with government, industry and the communities where we work to ensure that the water systems are safe and sustainable: building a bridge within the WASH community, as we have successfully done with our partners through global initiatives to date.
IWSH is a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation. The Foundation is run by Volunteer IAPMO Staff, utilizing the expert resources on hand throughout the first few years to build the projects and potential into a sustainable business model, where administration and funding can be covered wholly by the Foundation itself.