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News about Join For Water or about the world's water issues.

Vacancy Vacancy Advisor Uganda

Join For Water wants to receive applications from suitable and motivated candidates for the full-time position of Advisor in "Protection and Conservation of Water Resources".

News World Wetlands Day – Protect the wetland around the Ouémé!

Did you know that wetlands disappear 3 times faster than forests?

News Annual report 2020

Was it possible for Join For Water's activities to continue as usual in 2020? How did people in the partner countries cope with the coronavirus? What about the events and actions in Flanders? And did the corona crisis have an impact on fundraising? You can read all about it in the Annual Report 2020.

News Water 24/7 thanks to water dispenser!

The residents of Kyendangara no longer have to walk 3 km to get water from an unsafe source.

News Register! Webinar ‘The Internet of Water'

Antea Group, in close collaboration with Enabel, VITO and Join For Water will organize the webinar ‘The Internet of Water – Intelligent Water Management System’ on August 25th.

News Annual report 2019

How many people have gained access to drinking water, sanitation and water for agriculture?

News Join For Water has a new director

Bart Dewaele (51) is the new director of Join For Water and succeeds Vincent Volckaert, who led the organisation from 2013 to 2020.

News African Ministers and ngo’s launch Marshall Plan for Water in Africa 2020-2030

During World Water Week in Stockholm, African Water Ministers and several ngo’s launched a proposal for a ‘Marshall Plan for Water in Africa’ for the next decade, to guarantee all Africans have clean water and safe sanitation in 2030.

Uganda Mpanga Event: 5 days of raising awareness to preserve Mpanga River

Uganda Water and Environment week was preceded by regional awareness raising events. Protos (Join For Water) took the lead for the Mpanga Event, a successful event bringing several stakeholders together.

News Together for water!

Join For Water is the only NGO in Belgium that solely focuses on water. And focus is needed, because water is becoming a scarce resource.

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