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Scaling up Safe Water in South Asia: large-scale dissemination of water treatment methods

With support from the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), Caritas and the ProVictimis Foundation, Antenna launched a set of pilot programmes in Nepal, Bangladesh and India in 2010. The objective was to develop viable economic models around water treatment methods such as chlorination using WATA equipment. Impact: 263,614 beneficiaries Two projects carried out by the social enterprises Springhealth (in India) and Hydrologics (in Cambodia) were included in the Scaling up Safe Water pilot programme in 2012. They show strong potential for large-scale dissemination. Moreover, the strategy and perspective that are being applied by the private sector have brought knowledge and valuable experience into the group of partners. Read more