Project Development Services for Water, agriculture and Rural Development projects: Project facilitation, development and management; for government, project managers, investors and NGOs.
WWS assists to make things happen,transforming a need into a project by taking into account all variables in a consistent format through sustainable solutions for the goal of access to clean water.
WaterWays™ acts as a deal facilitator between entities (Districts, Municipalities, Villages, Companies and Infrastructure Projects) writing the proposal; on site evaluation; and seeking the solutions for sustainable water projects; providing an individualized and full service.
We coordinate between the three market factors “COMMUNITY”, “TECHNOLOGY” and “CAPITAL”, thus overcoming their vulnerabilities, form a full solution and execute the water project desired.
WaterWays™ provides a full plan; the service and process will be comprised of six basic services each divided into subservices, allowing for a module and open work mode: a. Evaluation, assessment and identification of water challenges, including technological and organizational recommendations reports; b. Integration for implementation, solutions provision, implementation and supervision, and bringing the project to a closure; c. Sourcing relevant technologies and solutions from Israeli and global partners; d. Sourcing sufficient funding for the project, as necessary, from donors and private investors within innovative funding schemes; e. Training and Capacity building; f. Maintenance for sustainability.
Typically each project starts with a pilot project which becomes a full blown regional project building on the lessons learnt in the pilot.
Types of Projects: §Water sourcing and distribution projects for rural areas, enabling the Israeli experience in Africa § Agriculture and rural develepoment projects §Feasibility studies and business plan writing. §Sanitation projects including waste treatment for Biogas and compost; §Project management executed through the Holistic methodology, mitigating the high rate of non-sustainable projects and facilitating effective funds usage;