A faith-based, national association for rural gravity fed water systems, employing skilled technicians and engineers. We have worked together since 1999.
Focused on water, sanitation and hygiene and rural engineering, CNEAGR also provides consultancy services, research and training. A source of broad expertise.
National association, specialising in providing water, sanitation and hygiene infrastructure and consultancy. Manages relationships with local authorities and have been working with us since 2005.
National association, working specifically in the water and sanitation sector and focusing on rural areas, we have been partnered with Manorintsoa since 2008.
A well-recognised association with dynamic local and national teams, AMI has a strong reputation for water, sanitation and hygiene education delivery and have been working with us since 2005.
A private company with several years’ experience in research and construction of latrines and water systems. We have been partnered since 2008.
Faith-based association with a large remit. Water, sanitation and hygiene is given a high priority by the association, which has offices across Madagascar and has been our partner since 2000.
Water and Sanitation for Urban Poor is an international coalition of organisations focused on urban water, sanitation and hygiene work.
The network links people nationally in a web of local committees and national groups and has a particular interest in hygiene promotion work.
Ministry of Water
These recently organised teams are the government’s decision and policy makers in water and sanitation.
Le Noyau Technique
This is a core technical group which brings together technicians from across Madagascar, WaterAid and our direct partners.
This regional government office is responsible for infrastructure and service delivery in the electoral territory.
Civil Society Organisations (CSOs)
These new partnerships will be rich in learning and allow us to increase capacity and engage in governance issues.
A private sector enterprise specialising in social research, mapping and cartography. We have worked together since 2007 and Iktus became our research partners in 2009.
This is an international non governmental organisation specialising in working with disabled people to support them in becoming independent. They have been working in Madagascar since 1986.
The Federation in Madagascar has 40,000 members. Their ethics and drive make them a highly influential group in Madagascar.