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Changunarayan Municipality in Bhaktapur District, Nepal

A world without packaged water: Why Simavi and Dopper are working on access to water in Nepal

A world with clean water for all: The partnership between Simavi and corporate partner Dopper is grounded in this shared ambition. This collaboration dates to the very fi...
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Sandra van Soelen: 'Intimidation of water activists is unacceptable'

Sabotaging meetings, holding 40 activists hostage in their hotel for days, intimidating the UN Special Rapporteur: it was unprecedented what happened on the margins of th...
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Dutch Water Envoy Meike van Ginneken supports Simavi's petition Stop Sex for Water

She is a renowned water expert, previously worked for the World Bank and development organisation SNV and was recently appointed Dutch Water Envoy. Meike van Ginneken not...
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Simavi publishes Impact Report 2023

05.06.24 Amsterdam
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Hearing the Unheard: Simavi's focus during the 10th World Water Forum

07.05.24 Amsterdam
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WASH SDG: looking back with Simavi’s country coordinators of Nepal, Bangladesh and Uganda

The WASH SDG Programme is closing after 7 years. Simavi has led the WAI sub-programmes in Nepal, Bangladesh and Uganda. Navigating the systems strengthening approach towa...
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Prashanna Pradhan (ENPHO): ‘Lasting change in the WASH sector starts with system strengthening’

Prashanna Pradhan, from Simavi’s partner ENPHO in Nepal, works on two important programmes: the WASH SDG sub-programme in Nepal and the Sarwacha programme. While the firs...
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Newest member of the supervisory board Olutayo Bankole-Bolawole: ‘I represent the people on the ground’

28.03.24 Rwanda
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How fundamental is the right to water? Major breakthrough in Dutch court case

21.03.24 The Hague, the Netherlands
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Jane Nyamwamu about the impact of the Water Justice Fund: 'Women can do magic'

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