Following on from the success of last years awards, the Habari za Maji Awards are returning for a second year with a call for submissions by the deadline of 18th October 2019. The award aims to provide recognition and attention to journalism that focuses on accountability, water resource management challenges, climate change and the environment in Tanzania.Read More
Water Witness International’s Executive Director Nick Hepworth speaks at Stockholm World Water Week 2019 about our new manifesto on how to solve the global water crisis.
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This year’s Water Sector Equity Report focuses on the role of improved water sector performance in realising Tanzania’s goal of reaching semi-industrialised, middle-income status by 2025. It draws on evidence from TAWASANET members, community monitoring, published research, recent analysis by the World Bank, and other reliable sources to highlight opportunities for the water sector to stimulate and sustain an inclusive and water secure economy.Read More
Ruth Romer (WaterAid), Kate Studd (Water Witness International) and Sarah Wade (AWS) reflect on a new business standard with water, sanitation and hygiene as one of its five key outcomes – and its potential in helping deliver improved WASH access and delivery against SDG6.Read More
Water Witness International is co-hosting the Water Stewardship Masterclass - Malawi to be held between 11-14 March 2019 at Serendib Suites and Conference Centre in Blantyre, Malawi.Read More
Enrol now for University of East Anglia’s School of International Development short course on water security - 24-28th June 2019. We are regular contributors to this course, leading interactive sessions on the role of social accountability and stewardship for water security.Read More
On the 10th and 11th of December 2018, WWI hosted a number of partner organisations to mark the inception of the Accountability for Water, an innovative new action and research programme that aims to strengthen knowledge and practice of social accountability in the water sector.Read More
We’re pleased to announce two exciting opportunities to work with Water Witness International and our partners to lead ground-breaking research on water and accountability via PhD scholarships funded by the Scottish Government’s Hydro Nation Scholars Programme. I'd be grateful for your help in circulating details of these opportunities among your networks so that we can find the best candidates.Read More
On Monday 29th October, we hosted a diverse audience of 68 public sector, private sector and NGO stakeholders to discuss Scotland's role in driving climate resilient pro-poor growth in Africa through water stewardship.Read More
We are delighted to welcome two new members of staff to Water Witness International. Dorcas Pratt joins as Deputy Director and Eva Schoof as Research and Communications Officer.Read More
in October 2018, Water Witness International and its partners awarded the ‘Habari za Maji’ prize for outstanding journalism for accountability in water management. The Awards attracted 120 submissions from 46 journalists.Read More