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Our current partners:

 

·          Working for Wetlands
·          Municipalities
o    Ekurhuleni
o    Tshwane
o    Johannesburg
o    Midvaal
o    West Rand District municipality
o    Emfuleni Local Municipality (ELM)
·          National Development Agency
·          German Development Bank
·          DPLG
·          Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (DWAF)
·          South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI)-Wetlands Projects.
·          Gauteng Education Department- School Sanitation Projects.
·          National Development Agency- Bantubonke Hydroponics Vegetable Production.
·          Midvaal District Municipality- Bantubonke Hydroponics Vegetable Production.
·          Ockon Bricks- Bantubonke Hydroponics Vegetable Production.
·          Skysand- Bantubonke Hydroponics Vegetable Production.
·          Vaal University of Technology- Bantubonke Vegetable Production.
·          Magidi Agricultural Development-Bantubonke Vegetable Production.
Socio-Economic Development (SED) Agenda:
All RWF projects have contributed to socio-economic development of communities, through capacity building and enterprise development. It is through these projects that relevant business and management skills are transferred to people so that they become self-sufficient than leading dependent lives. So far RWF supported a total number of nineteen (19) SMMEs through a total amount of R2, 9 million.
The Foundation implements infrastructure development projects e.g. Wetlands Rehabilitation, Management of Alien Vegetation and Hydroponics Vegetable Production. The projects are labor intensive and therefore adopted a Contract-Based Implementation Model.
 
EXCLUSIONS
 
Rand Water Foundation will not fund: individuals, other Foundations except in a partnership role, Government except in a partnership role, projects not aligned to our focus areas and Projects outside the boarders of South Africa.
 
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