Africa Access Water (AfAW) is a non-profit organization that promotes, provides and delivers solar-powered water systems in Africa. The headquarters are in Lusaka, Zambia. AfAW affirms that water is at the centre of socio-economic development and advocates that water is a key resource for production, food security, and poverty eradication. The water programs implemented by AfAW provides clean drinking water, improve agricultural irrigation systems and support community wealth creation. Africa Access Water continues to research, advocate, and lobby for better national, regional, and global environmental policies. Every water facility provided by AfAW has three minimum distribution lines; (a) water kiosk for cleaning drinking water for health, sanitation and hygiene, (b) irrigation for all year round agriculture creating and increasing income, (c) animal trough for livelihood health and wealth creation. This facility is also mainstreamed with planting trees for forestation.
To facilitate and provide solar-powered water to communities for productive use and economic development through human consumption, improved agriculture irrigation, livestock farming and forestation in Africa. read more...
Africa is blessed with so much sun which needs to be harvested for use. This energy is clean and should be Africa's greatest source powering production for all sectors. We promote, facilitate and provides solar-powered water for productive use to develop rural economies, increase productivity, and improve livelihoods through sustainable income sources.Read More
We empower women with water for irrigation and the portions of land so that they can be productive, generate income and support their families throughout the year. Water plays an important role in their lives and changes live within a monthRead More
Food is a fundamental right for families. Therefore, the production of nutritious food for families is key in child growth and also for people's health. With high stunting levels in Africa- water can be used to grow healthy foods without waiting for rain-fed agriculture.Read More
We also believe in informed advocacy. This can only be with the body of research. The department of Research and Advocacy informs decision-makers at national, regional and international level on prudent management of water as a resource and provide the solution that benefits the poor and vulnerable.Read More
Africa Access Water received support from the State of Israel through MashaV (Agency for International Development Cooperation). read more..
AfAW and Tevel in Collaboration with Kafue District Agriculture Office are conducting various training in Climate Smart Agriculture including nutrition and the link between irrigation using alternative energy and community development. read more..
AfAW as a member of the Zambia Climate Change Network (ZCCN) supports the African and Zambia’s position on Climate Change commitment at the COP27. read more..
AfAW is a strong believer in collaboration and therefore supports efforts being done by Centre for Environment Justice (CEJ) who are the pioneers and host of the EPD3. read more..
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Reuben is the Managing Director and Co-Founder of Musika Development Limited one of the biggest organisations in Zambia. He has over 20 Years’ experience in Agribusiness, Project Management, Market Systems Development, Value Chain Development, Private Sector Development and Rural Development.
Patriciah works for Act Alliance Regional Office and DanChurch Aid in Uganda. She has vast experience in Advocacy, Gender, Climate Change, Finance and Development.
Maurice is a Global Investment and Financial Consultant. He has 30 years’ experience in structuring, financing and delivery of complex projects. Furthermore, has experience in grant aid and economic development/ knowledge transfer. Maurice graduated from Westminster University in 1985 and was subsequently elected as member of the Royal Institute of British Architects. He is also a Master at Law.
Anna is a Harvard Scholar with extensive experience in sustainable social programming, equitable education access, and global protection policies. Her fieldwork and research to date has spanned four continents, with a regional focus on Africa. She consult on various development projects with both grassroots organizations as well as international institutions.
Patience is a Business Executive of Masinga Africa Group and Philanthropist with interest in Water and Sanitation. She has over 15 years’ experience in Business Development and Management in the private sector.
Africa Access Water (AfAW) is a non-profit organization that provides and delivers solar-powered water systems in Africa. The headquarters are in Lusaka, Zambia.
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