The Dutch WASH Alliance (DWA) is a consortium of six Dutch NGOs (Simavi, Akvo, AMREF Flying Doctors, ICCO, RAIN and WASTE) working together towards a society in which everybody has access to sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene in developing countries. In this alliance, we intensify our already ongoing cooperation and coordination in order to further increase effectiveness and efficiency and learn from each other.
As a network organization the Alliance collaborates with a large number of other institutions in the 8 countries of operation, the Netherlands and internationally, in order to implement a comprehensive and integrated five-year WASH programme.
Simavi is a public health organisation that believes everyone has a right to good health. This is why we work on people’s health in the poorest regions of developing countries. We focus specifically on preventive health and the health of mothers, as they are the key to their family’s health. Simavi brings a strong track […]Read more
WASTE, established in 1983, and working towards improved waste management and sanitation in urban areas, focusing on locally sustainable business models for sustainable (eco) sanitation.Read more
RAIN (Rainwater Harvesting Implementation Network) was established in 2003, with the aim of increasing access to water for marginalised groups by collecting and sharing rainwater.Read more
ICCO is a church-based development organisation with long standing experience in access to basic services, economic development and democracy & peace.Read more
AMREF Flying Doctors is part of the leading African health network founded over 50 years ago. AMREF Flying Doctors is known for strengthening integrated health systems in remote areas with marginalised groups.Read more