Safe Water Network India's iJal Brand
With endorsements from local governance, our “iJal” water stations are owned and operated by the community and/or local entrepreneur. Our field team and partners bring operating and financial rigor to ensure reliable and sustainable access to safe water, affordable to all members of the community. With field initiatives in Telangana, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh, iJal stations are providing water access to over 600,000 people living in more than 160 communities.
We track monthly key performance indicators of each iJal station to ensure sustainability. Our service, operating and technical innovations help reduce costs and overcome the barriers to sustainability. Remote monitoring, consumer activation, water resource management, digital tools and technical capacity building are examples of our ongoing commitment to improve safe water access for those in need.
Safe Water Network India's Commitment to Building Sector Knowledge
Our Knowledge vertical builds upon the sector’s existing knowledge base through our monitoring & evaluation programs and ongoing operational, consumer and market analyses. We document best practices and publish Field Insights, market assessments and knowledge papers to share our learning and perspective.
Our annual ‘Beyond the Pipe’ forum and related workshops engage key stakeholders, including Government, corporates, financial institutions, multilaterals and the civil society.
We envision a world with thriving, healthy communities, managing their own sustainable supply of clean water. Our mission is to develop and scale affordable, reliable safe water solutions for poor, document learnings, share sector knowledge and build partnerships to reach millions in need.