Community and Donor Partnerships

WaterHealth works through a Public Private Partnership (PPP) model to set-up a water purification plant (WHC) wherein the land, raw water source and electricity are provided by the community (Urban Local Body Government bodies or Municipality). WaterHealth enters into a Build Operate Transfer (BOT) agreement with the Local Government Agency for a concession term of twenty-five (25) years, raises funds and constructs the purification plant.

WaterHealth is uniquely positioned to be a key partner for governments focusing on strategic interventions in the water sector to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. WaterHealth seeks to engage with governments at all levels to build high-impact, cost-effective partnerships for increasing access to safe water.

WaterHealth's business model responds to the growing demand for sustainable development solutions that not only meet immediate needs but also create long-lasting value and empower communities. This makes it possible to deliver comprehensive and integrated products for safe, clean water, even to communities once considered "unreachable."

If you work with your government and are interested in having a Water Center built in your community, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

A growing number of corporations, foundations, and other philanthropic organizations are increasing the investment they are making in water solutions, especially for underserved communities in developing countries. Unfortunately, some of the solutions most commonly deployed today help temporarily but do not put in place a lasting, sustainable solution to local water needs.

Partnering with WaterHealth creates an opportunity to make a single up-front purchase that provides a community with lasting, sustainable access to safe drinking water for 15 years or more. After a new WaterHealth Center is installed, WaterHealth stays in the community, operates and maintains the Center, and provides regular water quality monitoring.

WaterHealth covers its operating costs by charging affordable user fees for safe water. WaterHealth welcomes the opportunity to meet with organizations interested in empowering underserved communities by improving access to safe water. Working together, we can define a program with rewarding outcomes for all stakeholders involved.

If you work with a company or foundation and are looking for ways to best promote sustainability and public health through investments, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.