The Water Funds for Africa Network (WFAN) is a community of experts and professionals who work to advance water funds and source water protection across the African continent, for the benefit of people and nature.
The WFAN started in February 2019 and has steadily grown in membership and the number of connections and networking between members.
Goals of the Water Funds for Africa Network
1. To increase collaboration among members, and jointly identify solutions to challenges related to the scoping, design, promotion and operation of water funds in Africa.
2. To provide a platform for knowledge and experience sharing.
3. To co-ordinate knowledge and resources to develop WF in Africa.
4. To facilitate African representation in the global Water Funds network.
How many members are currently in the WFAN?
As of April 2020, the WFAN had over 225 members. drawn from the north and south of the Sahara.
What is the geographic distribution of members in the Network?
The WFAN membership is drawn from the north and south of the Sahara.
Information and knowledge sharing
The Water Funds for Africa Network holds bi-monthly webinars on topics suggested by members through surveys which are then approved by the WFAN Steering Committee.
Click here to access previous WFAN webinar recordings.
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