zendaya and smartwater are collaborating with Global Water Challenge (GWC) and its women for water platform to launch smart solutions: global water challenge, a program that provides funding to help uplift women and their communities through clean water access, sanitation, hygiene and healthy watersheds. As part of the launch, grant funding with be provided to organizations in Oakland, CA, Zendaya’s hometown, and India.
On Thursday, May 5, Global Water Challenge (GWC) held a webinar entitled, The Sanitation Economy: Where Impact and Investment Meet, featuring the newly-established Sanitation and Hygiene Fund (SHF).
World Water Day: Celebrating our partnership with Cargill in West Africa which supports its Cargill Cocoa Promise
As the world acclimatizes in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, daily routines across the world have adjusted to heightened awareness around handwashing and the importance of clean sanitary environments.
GWC, Amref Health Africa and the Starbucks Foundation Celebrate Partnership to Support Women and Girls in Coffee- and Tea-Growing Communities Across Kenya and Tanzania
As we reflect upon this month’s International Women’s Day, we are cognizant, now more than ever, of women and children’s vulnerability amid the upheavals and unpredictable events of the world.
WPdx is excited to continue to promote transparent data sharing and use of open data in the rural water sector through our second annual Open Data Day celebration!
Clean water access is a foundation for achieving the sustainable development goals: a low-cost, high-impact investment that catalyzes the transformation of households and communities and amplifies the potential of women and girls.
Is there potential for seaweeds to help solve the climate crisis?
Read article by Nicola Jones on Hakai Magazine.
Global Water Challenge Announces the Development of WHdx – an Open Data Exchange to Improve Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) in Healthcare Facilities
New platform to be a critical resource for governments, NGOs, and companies to close the gap of 1 in 4 healthcare facilities without basic water services.
Program to Empower up to 125,000 Women and Girls in Coffee- and Tea-Growing Communities of Kenya and Tanzania
This weekend in Monterey, California – our team announced the 2021 winners of the Keeling Curve Prize! The Keeling Curve Prize allows us to directly fund projects and programs reducing human-made greenhouse gas emissions – like renewable energy, electric vehicles, zero-carbon innovation, and energy efficiency.