Thought pieces from the team

July 13, 2021

FaceBook features BASEflow’s work on #WorldPopulationDay

Written by Muthi Nhlema, Team Leader July 11 marked World Population Day, a United Nations (U.N.) observance that seeks to call attention to the urgency and […]
May 28, 2021

Video: Connecting the Train Tracks

Its no secret that the Malawi Government is generally under-capacited, overstretched, and underfunded to provide social services to the poor. This is why NGOs are etreamly […]
March 9, 2021

BASEflow featured as #water #entrepreneurship story in online newsletter

Sanitation and Water Entrepreneurship Pact, a network of organisations joining hands to help entrepreneurs design and develop lasting water and sanitation businesses, featured BASEflow in their latest […]
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 […]
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 […]
July 25, 2019

Moving At Their Pace

Written by, Edward Maferano, Programme Specialist – Ecosystems One question that NGOs often receive from local government when introducing a new project into a district is […]
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