Our partner Plan India in Delhi has developed a very special method to get the message of safe drinking water across to children: a ‘Safe water and Sanitation’ comic. In 17 pages you can read the story of Sooraj and his mother Sudha and how they improved their lives through the ‘Healthy Future for Delhi’s …
27th of November 2014. The leading Dutch newspaper, Telegraaf, published an article on Basic Water Needs ‘World filled with water filters’. Telling the story of how Basic Water Needs was founded and developed itself into a company which has already provided 2 million people with safe drinking water.
The partnership between Basic Water Needs and Plan Nederland has been selected as one of the five nominees for the ‘Best Existing Partnership Award’ 2014.
Managing director Jens Groot of Basic Water Needs gave an interview about the business of safe drinking water on Business News Radio (BNR radio).
On the 9th of October 2014, Basic Water Needs was one of the 8 companies signing the ARENA Declaration.
[two_third]As of the 1st of September Basic Water Needs has moved into a new head office. We are still located in Amsterdam, but instead of the Leidsegracht, you can now find us in the harbour of the city at: Van Diemenstraat 116 1013 CN Amsterdam [/two_third] [one_third_last][/one_third_last]
[three_fourth]The Swiss company South Pole and Basic Water Needs have decided to join forces to make safe drinking water available to coffee farmers in Tanzania. Together with local partner organization KADERES they are setting up a pilot project for safe water and CO 2 reduction in the Kagera region, Tanzania. The project partners want to …
[three_fourth] ‘Tulip water filters’ has a shot at the Tulip awards of the Accenture Innovation Awards. To us this seems like an appropriate award for our appropriate technology. Next to the blue and green Tulip award BWN is also running for the People’s Choice Award.
[one_third][/one_third] [two_third_last]In May 2014 the Hardcore Help Foundation went to Kenya and handed out Tulip Siphon water filters. During the water filter distribution Carlo Oppermann from Ambitious Films shot a short movie. This is the first episode of the new documentary “We don’t need a reason to help people”.
[one_third] [/one_third] [two_third_last]For 2 weeks Maria Besteman of Basic Water Needs is in the Kagera region in Tanzania to investigate the water situation of poor farmers and how – together with South Pole and local organization Kaderes – we can improve their access to safe drinking water.