Partners
Partnerships with professional NGO's are instrumental to reach the Foundation's goal of bringing safe and affordable water to the world's poorest.
C40 is a network of the world’s megacities committed to addressing climate change. C40 supports cities to collaborate effectively, share knowledge and drive meaningful, measurable and sustainable action on climate change

Around the world, C40 Cities connects 96 of the world’s greatest cities to take bold climate action, leading the way towards a healthier and more sustainable future. Representing 700+ million citizens and one quarter of the global economy, mayors of the C40 cities are committed to delivering on the most ambitious goals of the Paris Agreement at the local level, as well as to cleaning the air we breathe.

Read the C40 Cities Annual Report 2019

Norwegian Church Aid works toward long-term development in 19 countries around the world. The Christian international NGO is part of the global ACT Alliance.

Much of Burundi’s water and sanitation infrastructure was destroyed during the decade-long civil war ending in 2003. This water, sanitation and hygiene project will bring safe drinking water to the Marembo Health Centre and to the population of two nearby villages, Bunyari and Sigu, in Kirundo Province in northern Burundi: an area where few other international NGOs operate. The project establishes 3 solar-powered water pumping systems, a waste disposal system, and latrines in the health centre to significantly improve hygiene and sanitation.

Oxfam GB has been fighting poverty since 1942 and is now part of a family of 19 Oxfam affiliates around the world. Oxfam believes that no one should be too poor to drink safe water; inclusion and sustainability are at the core of our work towards achieving SDG 6. Oxfam’s ‘technology-people-systems’ approach considers the conditions required to make the service, technology, and management of water systems sustainable and affordable for all.

Oxfam’s safe water strategy builds on its established foundation of technical innovation and experience in sector-leading humanitarian water response over the past 50 years. This is combined with a systems-thinking approach that incorporates good governance and accountability, along with financially viable solutions to achieve long-term sustainability of water service delivery. Oxfam works in areas of instability or chronic vulnerability, which we as an organization know well, with a focus on inclusion of the poorest and most marginalised.

The Foundation currently works with Oxfam GB in Nepal, where we are providing safe drinking water to poor communities in the Terai lowlands and exploring innovative management models to ensure these systems are sustainable and financially viable to keep water flowing for years to come. Our first joint project was the equipping of a borehole in the northern governorates of Jordan, supporting both Syrian refugees and host communities with safe water and helping to ease the immense pressure on water infrastructure in these refugee-hosting areas.

PlanBørnefonden is Denmark's biggest privately funded childrens' rights organization.

PlanBørnefonden is the Danish chapter of Plan International, one of the world’s oldest and biggest organizations focusing on childrens’ rights. PlanBørnefonden is focused on long-term development work and social sustainability through local partnerships and cooperation in four key intervention areas: Education, children’s health, income generating activities and children and development.

The organisation works within each community for 15 to 20  years to secure secure sustainable impact. Responsibility for the activities is transferred to the community and the authorities step by step.

Practical Action is an innovative international development organisation putting ingenious ideas to work so people in poverty can change their world.

Through technology, Practical Action works to help poor communities build on their skills and knowledge to produce sustainable and practical solutions. The NGO has extensive experience with solar pumping in rural areas.

Our first project brought solar powered  drinking water to four communities in Malawi.

Currently, we work together in Turkana County, Kenya.

US-based Water Mission is a non-profit, Christian engineering organisation that designs, builds and implements safe water, sanitation and hygiene solutions for people in developing countries and disaster areas.

The foundation has worked with the Water Mission for several years, providing disaster relief to Haiti (2010 and 2016), the Philippines (2013) and Liberia (2014).

We are currently working on safe water programmes for rural communities in Kenya, Cambodia and Indonesia.

Together with Water Mission, we will also bring safe water to more than 250,000 refugees in up to five different refugee settlement locations in Western Tanzania. The largest settlement, known as Nyarygusu is one of the world’s biggest refugee camps. Water Mission will be working on this project over the next coming years.

The UK-based NGO, Water Aid, has been working in Mozambique for 20 years, implementing rural and urban programmes focused on access to sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene. Together, Water Aid and the Poul Due Jensen Foundation will build 12 solar powered water supply systems.

Together, Water Aid and the Poul Due Jensen Foundation will build 12 solar powered water supply systems, reaching more than 50,000 people in some of the poorest in rural communities in Mozambique.