2030 WRG Water Security Partnerships
Learn more about our work in South Africa, Peru and Karnataka, India. We are showing you a selection of the many partners we collaborate with and share some insights into the various areas of our work.
Our Kenya 2030 WRG Partnership
Our work on Water Efficient Irrigation in Kenya
Our work on Industrial Water Use Efficiency in Kenya
Our work on Joint Catchment Management in Kenya
Site Visit to Nairobi Bottlers Ltd/Coca Cola Bottlers
Leading By Example | Replicable Best Practice in Industrial Water Management
The Kenya Industrial Water Alliance (KIWA) recently organized a peer-2-peer learning exchange visit supported by 2030 WRG and GIZ-IWASP to share a unique best practice.
Red Lands Roses is a medium-sized flower farm producing roses exclusively for export. The company has invested in water-efficient technologies and operational approaches to reduce the volume of new water abstracted each day by recycling nearly all the water that is not either consumed or evaporated. Likewise, the minimal waste water produced is bio-organically treated before being released back into the environment. See more on the Red Lands Roses case study here >>
Water in the Anthropocene is a 3-minute film charting the global impact of humans on the water cycle. Evidence is growing that our global footprint is now so significant we have driven Earth into a new geological epoch — the Anthropocene. Human activities such as damming and agriculture are changing the global water cycle in significant ways. Source: WelcomeAnthropocene
The private sector, governments and NGOs can achieve a lot more if they work together in partnerships. Find out how some of the world’s biggest players are coming together to help tackle some of the world’s most pressing issues from deforestation, to nutrition, food security and health and hygiene. This film was produced by Unilever as an input to the UN Secretary General’s High Level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda. Source: Unilever