Since 2022 Tulip filters are available in Khartoum and early 2023 they have been made available in Sierra Leone.
In the report the WHO confirms that the Tulip Filter is safe. It provides so called targeted protection. For a summary of the report with the results on the Tulip Table Top click here.
A great meeting was held this July between Basic Water Needs and our new Nigerian partner here in our new sunny office in The Netherlands. Given 57 million people in Nigeria still don’t have access to clean water, with around 68,000 children under the age of five dying from diarrhoea caused by unsafe water and
We’re very happy to introduce a new member to the Basic Water Needs team! After recently working with Mama Cash – a global women’s and girls’ rights fund based in The Netherlands – on economic and environmental justice, Sophie Housley, from the UK, joined us as our new Programme Officer this July. Sophie brings with
After more than three years with BWN, Jens Groot has decided to resign from his Director position and move on to a next step in his life and career. Gerard Roemer will take over the position of director and Jens will continue his involvement with BWN as shareholder and advisor. BWN and its partners would
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.