We are focused on developing and nurturing strategic partnerships and alliances to harness experiences, expertise and influence, so that we can achieve water, sanitation and good hygiene for all.

We work with a diverse range of partners both inside and outside the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector. They include central government and local councils, external donor agencies, academia, media, local NGOs, research institutions and public water utility companies - the Lilongwe and Central Region Water Boards.

Working with local councils, NGOs and utility companies

We build and restore water points in communities, as well as promote good hygiene behaviour in public institutions like health care facilities.

Image: WaterAid/Dennis Lupenga

We work in partnership with others using an 'Integrated Sector-Wide Approach' to strengthen key sector building blocks, as well as build local authorities’ capacity to plan for, implement, operate and maintain WASH services at all levels. We promote innovations, approaches and systems that facilitate the scaling up of services and improve the functionality, quality and inclusiveness of services.

For almost twenty years we've been at the heart of expanding access to water, sanitation and hygiene in Malawi, particularly in healthcare centres and schools.


We work with actors outside the WASH sector to collectively contribute to critical human development outcomes, such as health, education, nutrition and livelihoods.


Through innovative approaches, technologies and systems, we can scale up services so they reach even more people with clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene.