November 27, 2018
"Innovate 4 Water": The role of private sector in providing innovative solutions to the water and sanitation sector in Nigeria
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FACTS & FIGURES
SMEs and multinational companies with interest in the water nexus
Utilities or civil engineering
Investors (banking, asset management, private banking, corporates, venture capital, private equity)
Water nexus institutions (foundations, coalitions, associations)
Non-government and governmental organisations, national and local
Universities / incubators / research institutions
Market based solutions
Water, sanitation and related development issues, with a focus on the Eastern African region
Sustainable Development Goals
Access to basic services for low income populations
Business and human rights
Decentralized business models
“Innovate 4 Water” in Abuja brought together diverse water stakeholders (e.g. entrepreneurs, investors, large and small companies, ICT companies, agribusiness sector, non-governmental organizations, UN agencies, incubators) that are contributing toward the achievement of United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6: Clean water and sanitation for all people.
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ZENITH WATER PROJECTS LTD (ZWPL) operates in Africa, as an innovative solution provider to water challenges in developing countries, with special focus on designs/fabrication of water purification and distribution infrastructure for municipal, industrial, rural and domestic uses.
ZWPL specialize in Reverse osmosis, desalination plants membranes
technologies, iron oxidation, ion exchange and separation processes. To curb sanitation and hygiene challenges, ZWPL offers inexpensive alternatives for wastewater treatment and disposal utilizing the High-Speed Bio Tec - MBBR – systems. Every ZWPL on-site turnkey plant is designed with simple functionality in mind; ensuring ease of installation and maintenance.
Waterpreneurs is a global “for-impact organization” supporting the scaling-up of impact investments financing the growth of water and sanitation (WASH) enterprises operating in developing countries, and respecting human rights.
Waterpreneurs fosters interactions between global players from the private sector, the public sector and from civil society to direct finance toward impact projects in the communities, with the main objective to foster local ecosystem consolidation.
DR. NICHOLAS IGWE
Zenith Water Projects