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2018 WAFA Award Voting Instructions

  • 1.Register with WAFA AWARD website to become eligible to vote
  • 2.Once you are registered, click on your favorite finalist from each category, i.e. one finalist from each category.
  • 3.Each registered user can vote only once.
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Mazhapolima

Mazhapolima replenishes groundwater in dug wells by harvesting rainwater runoff from rooftops during the rainy season. Participating households have found that ‘well recharging’ has put an end to water scar... [ read more ]

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A Water Kiosk at School

The project has set up a school-based, student-managed social business:water kiosks and refillable water bottles for community members. To date, the initiative has provided access to clean water for over 4000 ... [ read more ]

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Water for Food, in the ...

FADV and its partners have trained the Sundarban community in water management, innovative agricultural techniques for saline soil, and small animal breeding for alternative sources of income. The organizations... [ read more ]

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FUPROSOMUNIC - Family ...

FUPROSOMUNIC has mobilized community groups, largely women, to develop healthier lifestyles: constructing solar ovens and food dryers, as well as learning about nutrition, bio-intensive home gardening, water pu... [ read more ]

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Foundation for Waste ...

Largely through lack of awareness, the population of Chile had generated a massive amount of waste. The entire country suffers from illegal landfills, contaminated water, damaged landscapes and air pollution. ... [ read more ]

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Ace Africa’s Community ...

Since Ace Africa first engaged with Bungoma County, over 73,000 community members have established over 19,000 kitchen gardens. Over 20,000 community members have transitioned from food insecurity (one meal a d... [ read more ]

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Sustainable Run For ...

SURUDEV mobilized participants, largely women and teenage girls, to learn sustainable agriculture on bio-demonstration farms in the Bamenda highlands. 150 farmers from the programme have planted over 200,000 tr... [ read more ]

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The Fish Farm project

PPLF has shifted the local economy from subsistence agriculture to aquaculture, in particular fish farming. The organization seeks to educate local women to run this business independently and profitably. Over... [ read more ]

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Land for Life

Land for Life (LFL) promotes scientifically tested alley-cropping (planting trees in rows with the crops planted in-between) with nitrogen-fixing Inga trees. The system maintains soil fertility and ensures good... [ read more ]

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Escuela bosque. Un ...

The project has two main goals. The first is to enable the community to grow its own healthy food year-round. The second is to create environmental awareness, particularly of water conservation. For this purpos... [ read more ]