We did it! Efoetsy overcomes water scarcity.

We are excited to announce that the Water Project in Madagascar has been successfully delivered and commissioned. The community of Efoetsy is now enjoying a daily supply of 15,000 liters of clean water, made by utilizing the sunshine to desalinate saltwater. The water is distributed using different fountains in the community, while local people are […]

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Fundraising finished for Efoetsy Project

Since our project began on World Water Day on the 22nd of March, 2019, we have been receiving hundreds of donations and have now fully funded our project. This is a huge milestone for the community and for us. We would like to express our gratitude to all of our donors that have made this possible. Thank you […]

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Madagascar water project getting closer to realization.

We’ve nearly reached our fundraising goal! Since our last update we’re excited to announce we have hit 80% of our fundraising target. In only a matter of weeks we’ll be ready to bring drinkable water to Efoetsy.  Local construction has started. Thanks to your donations, the community of Efoetsy, Madagascar will soon have enough water for its 3,000 […]

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JCI Volcke Rack Contribute €15.000,40 to help Efoetsy

Thanks to contributions from JCI Volcke Rack on their 40th anniversary, we’re closer than ever to achieving our goal. On May 18th, 2019 JCI Volcke Rack organised a water conference to learn about water’s effect on society. On this day they raised €15.000,40 to help Efoetsy. Wilde Ganzen’s commitment to multiply donations means that the massive €15.000,40 raised by JCI […]

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Wilde Ganzen is now our Madagascar project partner

With great excitement we can hereby announce that the Dutch organization, Wilde Ganzen, will henceforth be our project partner for the Madagscar project. The Elemental Water Foundation is very impressed with the 60-year track record of Wilde Ganzen in development cooperation and is grateful to receive its support. The mission of Wilde Ganzen is to […]

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Madagascar Project Launches On World Water Day 2019

Today, World Water Day 2019, marks the launch of our upcoming project, which provides 3000 people with drinking water in Madagascar, one of the least developed countries in the world. The inhabitants of Efoetsy, a village located on the dry south-western coast of Madagascar, depend on salty and contaminated water for drinking water, which in […]

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Madagascar project is in consideration by Wilde Ganzen

Wilde Ganzen is a Dutch organization that has been commited to development and cooperation for the last 60 years with dedication and determination. Wilde Ganzen supports projects that are initiated through the cooperation of local communities and committed Dutch individuals and organisations. Once a project is approved, Wilde Gazen provide co-financing and project support and […]

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Madagascar Implementation Agreement Finalized

An implementation agreement with Trans-Mad’ Développement has been signed. This agreement solidifies EWF and Transmad’s collaborative plan to construct a solar-powered desalination unit for the village of Efoetsy, located in South-West Madagascar. The inhabitants of Efoetsy and their surroundings live in extreme poverty and survive by picking wild fruits, hunting and fishing. In addition, the South-West […]

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Partnership with Transmad signed

With great pleasure, we can announce that today we have signed a Memory of Understanding for the partnership between Elemental Water Foundation and Transmad, a local NGO who has been doing work in South-West Madagascar for over 20 years. The Foundation is very impressed of the work that Transmad has realized in Madagascar and excited to […]

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Elemental Water Foundation has been PBO-certified

Because Elemental Water Foundation is all about realizing positive public impact for those that need it most, the Foundation has officially been registered and accepted as a public benefit organization. This certification enhances the credibility of the Foundation as a not-for-profit and allows us to effectively engage and collaborate with similar-minded organizations promoting sustainable access […]

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