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Akvo

Akvo helps donors and doers reach out to fund many thousands of new water and sanitation projects. Money flows quickly because donors choose what to fund and follow progress online. People can use these storylines to build exciting new campaigns and networks. Akvo's partners lead the world in sharing updates using Akvo tools. Better feedback means happy donors, and dialogue between field workers builds skills and improves quality. Time and money are saved while people across the world get safe drinking water and proper sanitation.

Address:

's-Gravenhekje 1A
1011 TG Amsterdam
Netherlands

Contact:

Peter van der Linde, Luuk Diphoorn

Internet:

www.akvo.org/

Phone:

31 6523 86509

Category:

International NGO

Aqua for All

Aqua for All matches expertise from the Dutch water sector to water supply and sanitation projects in developing countries and fosters partnerships in which the expertise of one party complements the requirements of another. Aqua for All does not execute its own projects, but invests in business development and innovative developments which promote the target of providing access to safe drinking water and good sanitation to more people.

Address:

Koningskade 40
2509 AE The Hague
Netherlands

Contact:

Elbrich Spijksma

Phone:

+ 31 (0070 351 97 28

Category:

Local NGO

Delft University of Technology

TU Delft was founded in 1842 as the Royal Academy by King Willem II. It has been known as the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) since 1986. TU Delft cooperates nowadays with many other educational and research institutions, both in the Netherlands and abroad. The high quality of the research and teaching is renowned. TU Delft has numerous contacts with governments, trade associations, consultancies, industry and small and medium-sized companies.

Address:

Julianalaan 134
Oost 700 Delft
Netherlands

Contact:

Thorsten Schuetze

Phone:

+31 (0)15 27 89111

Category:

Education / Research

GWA (Gender and Water Alliance)

GWA is an open international network of more than 2200 members - including 680 organisations - from over 125 countries (July 2013). Members are active in water and environment, and have different levels of expertise but are all interested in linking the social with the technical aspects, taking into account the diversity of people and the specific knowledge, interests and tasks of women worldwide. GWA is an autonomous organization that supports mainstreaming of gender in integrated water management, driven by demand. GWA’s mission is to promote women’s and men’s equitable access to and control over safe and adequate water, for domestic supply, sanitation, food security and environmental sustainability. GWA believes that water and sanitation are basic rights for all, as well as critical in fighting poverty and for sustainability. GWA has developed various methodologies to serve partner organisations in their attempts to be efficient and effective, taking the interest and knowledge of users into account.

Address:

P.O. Box 114
6950 AC Dieren
Netherlands

Contact:

Joke Muylwijk

Phone:

+31 313 427230

Category:

Network / Association

IPStar B.V.

IPSTAR is the technology transfer agent for the European Space Agency MELiSSA research program. The acronym MELiSSA is short for 'Micro-Ecological Life Support Alternative' and is a development program of a microbiological and horticultural plant based closed loop ecosystem. The system is used for regenerative life support systems for long-term space missions to lunar bases or flights to Mars. IPStar’s mission is to stimulate and facilitate the commercialization of primarily know-how and intellectual property generated within the MELiSSA consortium consisting of an international group of renowned universities and institutes and to enhance and foster linkages between the MELiSSA research community and industry.

Address:

Fort Isabella, Reutsedijk 9, Suite 4
5264 PC Vught
Netherlands

Contact:

Rob Suters

Internet:

www.ipstar.nl

Phone:

+31735236800

Category:

Multilateral organisation

IRC (International Water and Sanitation Centre)

Established in 1968, IRC is an international think-and-do tank that works with governments, NGOs, entrepreneurs and people around the world to find long-term solutions to the global crisis in water, sanitation and hygiene services. For more information please visit www.ircwash.org

Address:

Bezuidenhoutseweg 2
2594 AV The Hague
Netherlands

Contact:

Christophe Nothomb, Marielle Snel

Phone:

+31 70 3044000

Category:

International NGO

LeAF

LeAF is an independent knowledge centre on the development and implementation of sustainable environmental protection technologies that can be applied on a local scale, with the objective of recovering valuable resources from waste and wastewater. These technologies contribute to the realization of Millennium Development Goal no. 7, reducing the number of people without access to safe drinking water and suitable sanitation.

Address:

P.O. box 500
6708 WG Wageningen
Netherlands

Contact:

Marjo Lexmond, Katarzyna Kujawa-Roeleveld

Phone:

+31(0)317 484208

Category:

Private sector

RUAF Foundation (Resource Centres on Urban Agriculture & Food Security)

The RUAF Foundation is an international network of seven regional resource centres and one global resource centre on Urban Agriculture and Food Security. In 1996 the international Support Group on Urban Agriculture (SGUA) took the initiative to set up a Resource Centre on Urban Agriculture and Food Security (RUAF), in response to the expressed need of organisations and local governments in the South for effective mechanisms for the documentation and exchange of research data and practical experiences on urban agriculture. In the following years RUAF gradually evolved into an international network of regional resource centres providing training, technical support and policy advice to local and national governments, producer organizations, NGO’s and other local stakeholders.

Address:

Kastanjelaan 5 / PO Box 64
3833 AN Leusden
Netherlands

Contact:

Rene van Veenhuizen, Henk De Zeuuw

Internet:

www.ruaf.org

Phone:

+31 33 4326039

Category:

International NGO

Safi Sana Foundation

The Safi Sana Foundation works to develop scalable, local business models to produce and market renewable energy and organic fertilizer, while providing quality sanitation and clean water services to communities in (sub)tropical areas.

Address:

PO Box 5064
1380GB Weesp
Netherlands

Contact:

Aart van den Beukel

Phone:

+31626086554

Category:

International NGO

Sanitation Updates

Sanitation Updaptes is a news feed on sanitation that is maintained by the IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre and by USAID’s Environmental Health knowledge management activity and the Hygiene Improvement Project. It was originally set up to promote the 2008 International Year of Sanitation and continues to provide news, information and resources in support of achieving the goal of sanitation for all.

Address:

IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre PO Box 2869
2601 CW Delft
Netherlands

Contact:

Dan Campbell (USAID), Cor Dietvorst (IRC)

Phone:

+31 15 2192984

Category:

Others

SaniTronics International BV

Specialized in self cleaning toilets and urinals and or showers. Also in emergency toilets and closed circuit systems for handling black water back to drinking water.

Address:

Schuttevaerweg 73 / Postbus 11384
3004 EJ Rotterdam
Netherlands

Contact:

Huug van der Meeren, Desiree van Dijk

Phone:

+31 10 2451840

Category:

Private sector

SNV - Netherlands Development Organization

SNV is a non-profit, international development organisation, established in the Netherlands in 1965. They have been present on the ground in developing countries for over 40 years, and now operate in 35 countries (WASH in 21 of those countries) in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Balkans. SNV’s 900 advisors in the field come from a variety of cultural and technical backgrounds, and over 60 per cent are nationals of the countries where we work.

Address:

SNV HEAD OFFICE Dr Kuyperstraat 5
2514 BA The Hague
Netherlands

Contact:

Antoinette Kome

Phone:

+31 70 3440244

Category:

International NGO

TNU (The Network University)

The Network University facilitates innovative learning and capacity building for a global network of professionals, students, non-profit organizations, agencies and networks, specializing in creating e-tools for education and networking in the field of development.

Address:

P.O. Box 94603
1090 GP Amsterdam
Netherlands

Contact:

Vic Klabbers

Phone:

+31 (0)20 5040006

Category:

Education / Research

UNESCO-IHE (UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education)

The UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education is established in 2003. It carries out research, education and capacity building activities in the fields of water, environment and infrastructure. UNESCO-IHE continues the work that began in 1957 when IHE first offered a postgraduate diploma course in hydraulic engineering to practising professionals from developing countries.

Address:

PO Box 3015
2601 DA Delft
Netherlands

Contact:

Mariska Ronteltap, Hans van Bruggen

Phone:

+31 (0)15 215 1715

Category:

Education / Research

WASTE (WASTE advisers on urban environment and development)

WASTE works towards sustainable improvement of the urban poor's living conditions and the urban environment in general. Our multi-year, multi-country programmes and projects have a focus on bottom-up development in relation to recycling, solid waste management, ecological sanitation and knowledge sharing. WASTE, located in the Netherlands, teams up with organisations in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe that share its goals and approaches.

Address:

Nieuwehaven 201
2801 CW Gouda
Netherlands

Contact:

Gert De Bruijne, Valentin Post

Internet:

www.waste.nl/

Phone:

(8802) 966-9781

Category:

International NGO

WECF (Women in Europe for a Common Future)

Their mission: Working for a Healthy Environment for All Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF), is an international network of over 100 women’s, environmental and health organisations implementing projects in 40 countries and advocating globally for a healthy environment for all. Their overall Goal: Achieving an Equitable and Sustainable Future They strive for balancing environment, health and economy, taking different needs and perspectives of women and men into account. They enable women and men to participate at local and global level in policy processes for sustainable development. Their network’s activities are based on our partners’ own visions and needs. WECF implements solutions locally and influences policy internationally.

Address:

PO Box 13047
3507 LA, Utrecht
Netherlands

Contact:

Sascha Gabizon, Margriet Samwel

Phone:

+31-30-2310300

Category:

Local NGO

WfWP (Women for Water Partnership)

Women for Water Partnership (WfWP) is a worldwide strategic alliance of local, national and international women’s organisations and networks, active in the areas of sustainable development, water & sanitation, poverty and gender. WfWP consists of 24 women’s networks with subsidiaries in approximately 100 countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, the EECCA region and Western Europe.

Address:

Laan van Meerdevoort 70
2517 AN The Hague
Netherlands

Contact:

Maaike de Vette

Phone:

+31 70 326 41 76

Category:

Local NGO

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