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


FAIRBIZPS is a manufacturer of shallow and deepwell handpumps (AFRIDEV, INDIA MARK II, III [65 & 50]), extra deepwell, treadle, solar surface and submersible pumps, domestic and industrial water purifiers and water testing kits. | »

Initiative: Eau

Initiative: Eau is an American non-profit, non-governmental organization whose mission is to increase the safety and quality of drinking water services in developing urban areas. We currently conduct programming in Burkina Faso, Niger, and Nigeria, with our headquarters in Cambridge, MA, U.S.A. We envision a world where everyone has access to safe drinking water.

Our approach is human-centered, and data-driven. As such, data represents a common thread that links each of our programs. Our four principal programs are,, H2Odata.crisis, and Research. Each uses data to inform strategic decision-making whereby rendering available financial and human resources for development efforts better targeted and more effective.

We are in consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council and with UNESCO. We are a member of the following global NGO networks: a) the Global Water Partnership, b) Sanitation and Water for All, c) the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, and d) the Global Network of Civil Society Organizations for Disaster Reduction. | »


Water4 develops local social enterprises to deliver water services in predominantly rural areas. The services include installation and operation of revenue-based small piped water systems, manual drilling and handpump installation and maintenance, WASH training, and geo-hydro surveying. Partners receive start-up capital in the form of service contracts and competency development in operations and technical areas, including holistic mission leadership. | »

Sepro Mineral Systems

Beginning as a mineral processing equipment provider decades ago, Sepro Mineral Systems has evolved into one of the world’s leading single source suppliers of global mining, metal and aggregate solutions.

We’re proud of the growth we’ve achieved and continue to work hard at maintaining our culture of innovation and continuous improvement. Periodically we engage in socially-focused projects in the developing world. Prior examples include the UNIDO Global Mercury Project which focused on reducing mercury use by small scale and artisanal miners and Project L.O.V.E., a community school in Zambia | »

RAHA Solutions

Private sector organisation active in the fields of rainwater harvesting, water treatment, sanitation and menstrual hygiene management for low-income settlements in Africa, Nepal and Bulgaria. | »

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