Important Fact!

Globally, 1 in 9 people still have no access to clean water. But in the communities we serve, it’s 9 out of 9. Water is a daily and crippling challenge. Without water you can’t grow food, you can’t build housing, you can’t stay healthy, you can’t stay in school and you can’t keep working.

Today, hope is on hold in over half of the developing world’s primary schools without access to water and sanitation.

Access to Clean Water Improves...


When students are freed from gathering water, they return to class. With proper and safe latrines, girls stay in school through their teenage years.


Access to water leads to food security. With less crop loss, hunger is reduced. Schools can feed students with gardens, reducing costs.


Safe water, clean hands, healthy bodies. Time lost to sickness is reduced and people can get back to the work of lifting themselves out of poverty.


Access to water can break the cycle of poverty. The communities we serve are ready to grow. We can't wait to see how they choose to do it.


Network for Water and Sanitation (NEWAS) is a non-profit organization unlocking human potential by providing reliable water projects to communities in sub-Saharan Africa who suffer needlessly from a lack of access to clean water and proper sanitation.

For ten years, we have been helping communities gain access to clean, safe water by providing training, expertise and capacity development support for water project construction through our staff and implementing partners.

Preparing Communities for Climate Change


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Promoting Environmental Stewardship and Climate Adaptation in Siaya District

As Kenya’s population continues to grow, one of the major challenges posed is inadequate energy supply. This calls for technological innovations including increased access to and use of renewable energy sources.

Increase Access to Water, Sanitation, Hygiene (SDG 6.1 & 6.2)

Improving affordable access to water and sanitation through the construction of wells, toilets, rainwater harvesting systems and other small-scale water systems, restoration of drinking water sources, or engaging in awareness and education initiatives that promote good hygiene practices.

Ombenyi Integrated Wetland Management Plan (2014-2018).

The Ombeyi Integrated Wetland Management Plan (2014-2018) has set the stage for consolidating the efforts of various stakeholders in a bid towards effective and efficient wetland resource use for posterity.


Driven By Values, Delivering On A Vision.





Jomon Center, off Ngong’ Road, Nairobi