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January 5, 2021

Accountability for Water

62% of Malawi’s population depends on groundwater their day to day survival. However, studies show that 25% – 30% of groundwater-fed handpumps are broken down at […]
January 5, 2021

Defending the handpump

With close to 52000 across rural Malawi, the Mjigo (or Afridev handpump) is the most popular water supply technology of choice, providing potable water to 62% […]
October 2, 2020

But Mr President…..what about water?

Written by Muthi Nhlema, Team Leader Mr President, a few weeks ago, my friends from WaterAid wrote an article about why it was important to have […]
September 8, 2020

Bringing it back to life!

Written by Annmarie Morin, Waterstep Products Manager About 18 months ago, I was tasked with bringing to life BASEflow’s bleach-making initiative that was introduced to us […]
July 31, 2020

Unexpected News!

Written By Steve Kumwenda, Programme Hydrogeologist It’s not every day, you sit at your desk, open your emails and receive news that you were least expecting […]
May 26, 2020

VIDEO: How we are using Independent Evaluation to Improve Implementation Quality in Jordani Village.

This is the third in a video-series about our Climate Justice Innovation work in the small village of Jordani in Sounthern Malawi. Following the Successful capping […]
May 12, 2020

Doing Our Part: combating COVID-19 through a bleach donation drive.

Written by Annmarie Morin – Product Manager and Mercy Gondwe – Intern When you enter a new day with its new tasks and challenges, one never […]
April 8, 2020

COVID-19 CONVERSATIONS: Getting our rural communities ready by learning from them.

written by Hector Chilimani – Program specialist, Ecosystems Working in communities brings a variety of experiences. If you are leading communities implementing a project or an […]
March 23, 2020

A World on Edge (or how I learnt to shut up and be grateful for COVID-19!)

written by Muthi Nhlema – Team Leader There is a saying, I can’t for the life of me fully recall, that I shall paraphrase: “It is […]
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