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JWF Fund 2022: Recipients Decided!

In the JWF Fund 2022, we have received 269 applications from 34 countries. As a result of selection, we have decided to provide funds for 5 projects from 4 countries, 1 from Asia and 4 from Africa.

Recipients of JWF Fund 2022

ProjectCountryNumber of beneficiaries
(Direct)
Description
1.Improvement of a water source for domestic use in Musah, Manbun villageCameroon2,700PDF
2.Installation of hand-washing facilities at five elementary schools in Misungwi, Mwanza CityTanzania2,500PDF
3.Rehabilitation of wells in Chipaka villageTanzania650PDF
4.Improvement of water supply system in Mikindani village (water-supply pipes, water kiosk)Kenya450PDF
5.Improvement of agricultural conditions through the rehabilitation of existing irrigation canalsPakistan1,800PDF
*The above project information is made based on their application documents.

What is the JWF Fund?
The JWF Fund was founded in 2005 and is solely operated by the Japan Water Forum (JWF). The JWF Fund aims to contribute to solving local water-related issues in developing countries by assisting the implementation of sustainable solutions led by grass-roots organizations.

Every year, the JWF publicly seeks out projects to assist and provides grants up to 1,500USD per project adopted after due assessment. We value the projects which utilize local resources, knowledge and technologies, and establish a sustainable operation and maintenance scheme.

The JWF Fund is made up of JWF membership fees of the JWF members and general donations. Please visit here for more details.

Outline of the JWF Fund 2022
・Application period: 8 June to 8 July, 2022
・Number of applications: 269 projects from 34 countries
・Selected projects: 5 projects from 4 countries
・Project period: October 2022 to February 2023

(Reported by Toshinobu Shimizu, Project Manager)

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