Our Rehabilitation & Sustainability Works

Long-term sustainability has been a central consideration in the design and implementation of RWIDF projects. As one example of this commitment to sustainability, all of the water sources constructed in 2003 when the Community Water Project was first launched are still operational today.

There are three main reasons why the project impacts have endured and are likely to continue to do so, and they respectively highlight the socially, economically, and environmentally sustainable elements of the organization. First, communities have been empowered to assume control over their own water resources. Second, after initial installation of the wells, their on-going operation and maintenance is based on community inputs of resources, time and energy. Third, the restoration of degraded areas and monitoring of the water table is ensuring that investments in community infrastructure are complemented by investments in natural infrastructure and ecosystem functioning

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