RWSN is primarily a network of individuals - since 2012, over a 100 people a month have been signing for the network. We established 'RWSN Member Organisations' to strengthen the link between the network and organisations and involved in rural water supply. We aim to develop more activities and events for Member Organisations over time. To find out how to sign-up, go to the Join page.

RWSN Member Organisations


Simavi is an independent Dutch NGO with headquarters in Amsterdam, five local representations and more than 100 local partners in Africa and Asia. Simavi works to ensure that disadvantaged people in low- and middle-income countries practice healthy behaviours based on their own free and informed decisions. We believe that good health is the basis of everything. It enables you to develop yourself socially and economically, take matters into your own hands and pursue your dreams. With good health, you can look after yourself and your family and lift yourself out of poverty. That is why Simavi works towards a healthy life for all. | »

Lifewater International

Lifewater is a non-profit Christian community development organization dedicated to effectively serving vulnerable children and families by partnering with under-served communities to overcome water poverty. With experience in more than 40 countries since 1977, Lifewater serves all people by providing them with contextually appropriate water access, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) interventions. | »

Rotaract Club of Mengo Rotaract Club of Mengo is a voluntary organisation part of Rotary International

As the club we have various areas of focus that include water and sanitation and that’s why we are very interested in being part of RWSN and hail from Kibale district in the Western Part of Uganda, which has a problem of water accessibility and most of the water is not clean. As a club we have a project in Nakaseke that we handling as a club that has a challenge of water and we work hand in hand with the local communities and we have an annual project at the Health Centre IV and the community around.

We are working in rural areas as a club to work with our projects so that we can improve on the access to clean and safe water at reasonable distances. | »

KABHUDA Kanem Borno Human Development Association

A multi- sectored human development association that has mandate on water, sanitation and hygiene amongst other mandates. The NGO operates principally in north east and north west sub regions of Nigeria | »

RAAS Rainwater Association of Somalia

In Somali language, the acronym of the Association (RAAS) has two useful meanings for the cultural heritage, social and economic life of the Somali people. It first denotes “HABITATION” and secondly “FAMILY”. The Rainwater Association of Somalia (RAAS) is non-governmental, not-for-profit and non-partisan national membership association that brings together with individuals and institutions of diverse professional backgrounds including but not limited to NGOs, CBOs; private sector, academics and research institutions.

Our vision is sustainable livelihoods and socio-economic developments equal to all people in Somalia and our mission is to promote rainwater harvesting management with principles of integrated water resource management (IWRM) and complementary climate resilient/market oriented technologies and services for improved WASH, food/nutrition security and sustainable natural resources management in partnership with other stakeholders. | »

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