Training the local private sector in
Simple, Market based, Affordable, and Repairable Technologies
The SMART Centre Group
Updated resource: Poster with ‘6 Practical ideas for SDG6 and related SDGs’
We have updated the poster which was presented at RWSN 2016, presenting 6 practical ideas to SDG6 and related SDGs 1 (Poverty), 2 (Food), 3 (Health) and 8 (Youth Employment).
The updated poster can be accessed through the resources page.
Providing water for all, to a growing population in developing countries; EMAS and SMART Centres are joining forces
The only way to provide water for all, to a growing population in developing countries, is to capacitate the same people to solve that problem. EMAS and SMART Centres have been training and guiding small-scale entrepreneurs in developing countries for many years. Trained entrepreneurs now supply affordable water technologies to communities and households in over 20 countries serving more than 2 million people.
EMAS and SMARTechnologies are complimentary and the organisations share the same philosophy towards sustainable development. Our mutual goal is to establish supply chains of Market-based, Affordable and Replicable technologies that are also fit for households (Self-supply). By joining forces SMART Centres and EMAS will increase the number of small water enterprises, make them more robust and offer a larger variety of technologies and services to their customers.
"We believe that investing in capacity building creates the conditions for sustainable rural water supply."
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SMART Centres at Wilde Ganzen / Partin day
Wilde Ganzen and Partin recently organised a day for their members. Walter Mgina and Henk Gijsselhart represented the SMART Centre Foundation and Reinier represented the SMART Centre Group. It was a fruitful day with new contacts and valuable insights.
Wilde Ganzen currently supports two projects with the SMART Centres in Zambia and Malawi, for which it tops up funds raised through Rotary clubs.
Interested to support or join?