Safe drinking water for Zeze, Tanzania
100 pumps for 100 villages
Safe Water for Northern Burundi
Nyarugusu Refugee Camp
Safe water to Malawi
Safe water to Mozambique
Safe water and sanitation in Togo
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water service provider
Solar Water Systems
Norwegian church aid
Orangi Pilot Project Research and Training Institute
In the wake of a natural disaster, the Foundation can quickly reach out via our partners to help the victims with emergency safe water supplies. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine, the Foundation has expanded its donations to emergencies.
As a revolving fund mechanism, Project Flow invests in the capital expenditure, design, installation and ongoing maintenance of solar systems for water pumps.
100 pumps for 100 villages
In most safe water projects, a development NGO will buy in a technical solution through a subcontractor, but in India, we’ve turned the relationship upside down as we work directly with a technology provider.
World Water Week Communications Initiative
To build public awareness, ramp up pressure on decision-makers and foster behaviour change that supports climate goals, we need effective communication. But many don’t have the necessary tools. And it’s not as simple as it sounds.
Water for Kigoma Region
In partnership with UNICEF, the Foundation will bring access to clean drinking water to almost 200,000 people in 31 rural communities in Western Tanzania's Kigoma Region.
Water and sanitation for Gambella (SunWASH)
In collaboration with PlanBørnefonden and the American NGO Water Mission, the Poul Due Jensen Foundation will ensure a stable and safe water supply, as well as the establishment of sanitation and hygiene training for over 118,500 people in several refugee camps in the Gambella Region in Ethiopia.
Low Cost Sanitation and Water Model in Pakistan
Through Orangi Pilot Project Research and Training Institute, the Foundation is funding extension of water and sewerage lines in poor, underserved settlements in cities across Pakistan.
Water Safe Cities
With funding from the Grundfos Foundation, the C40 network (96 global megacities committed to fighting climate change) will develop state-of-the-art research on and solutions to urban water-related risks, helping cities adapt to the impacts of climate change and move towards a sustainable and water-resilient future.
Host communities in Western Tanzania
Nyarugusu Refugee Camp encompasses a huge area in Western Tanzania. All around it, smaller host communities are scattered. Inside the camp, you find all sorts of provisions that the host communities don’t necessarily have access to. With this project, we seek to address some of the political discussions that follow when international aid and resources pass through poor communities to be distributed within the camp.
Water for pastoralist communities in Turkana
Together with Practical Action, we will help 72,000 people in pastoralist communities in north west Kenya access drinking water for themselves and for their livestock. The programme will also strengthen water governance and management systems for rural solar-powered water systems, including already existing Practical Action projects.
Southeast Asia Clean Water Initiative
In Indonesia, the Foundation has worked with Water Mission since 2010 to reach out to very isolated communities.
Combating arsenic poisoning in Nepal
Together with Oxfam GB, the Poul Due Jensen Foundation is working to provide safe water access to 9,657 people in Pidari Village and Fatuha Maheshpur in the Terai lowlands of Nepal, while crucially exploring innovative management models to ensure these systems are sustainable and financially viable to keep water flowing for years to come.