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eWaterPay continuing the partnership with Safe Water Network in Ghana

Safe Water Network is a non-profit organisation dedicated to developing and implementing small water enterprises that are financially viable. Together eWaterPay and Safe Water Network are committed to bringing safe, reliable, and affordable water to those in most need through innovative technology and digital finance...

eWaterPay at the UK Africa Investment Summit 2020

By Founder and CEO, Alison Wedgwood.  Walking around the UK Africa Summit earlier this week, I was struck by the fantastic surge of optimism and energy of all the businesses and organisations taking part. In the vast hall of the O2 arena exhibition stands from Governments...

Project Maji Using eWaterPay Smart-Technology for Longer Term Sustainability!

  Original content from Project Maji.   [caption id="attachment_7941" align="aligncenter" width="750"] Demonstrating our new Project Maji eWaterPay solution.[/caption] Did you know that at any given time across sub-Saharan Africa, between 40-60% of handpumps remain broken, simply due to lack of funds to carry out regular maintenance? A shocking statistic! Built by...

Gambia Success, 16 new eWATERpay taps in Jalambereh

eSu  - the Gambian company established to operate eWATERpay in The Gambia completed installation of a further 16 eWATERpay taps yesterday in Jalambereh village to take the total number of villages to 7. There are now  78  upgraded eWATERpay taps serving over 15,000 people in...

Winners, NFC Technology Innovators Top Prize: Massachusetts, USA

eWATERpay won  the NFC Technology Innovation Forums “NFC For Good and People’ Choice Award ” eWATERpay was the only British company nominated for last two years and only one to win this year. .--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The NFC Forum announced today the winners in its 2018 NFC Forum Innovation AwardsProgram. The winning entries were...