• IWaSP.png
    IWaSP is an international water security programme which combines global best practices in water stewardship with local know-how. The innovative six-year programme (2013-2018) facilitates partnerships between the public sector, the private sector and civil society.
  • Mlalakua river- Tanzania
    IWaSP partnerships in Tanzania focus on water resources management and river restoration, and aim to benefit more than 1 million people through improved water availability and quality by 2018.
  • Pitons - emblem of Saint Lucia
    IWaSP aims to improve water security in the south of the island, which experiences repeated periods of water scarcity due to a lack of water storage infrastructure.
  • Contruction of a water kiosk - Zambia
    In Zambia, the International Water Stewardship Programme (IWaSP) aims to improve water security for 184,000 people, with a focus on partnerships with the beverage, agricultural and hydropower sectors.
  • International Water Stewardship Programme Uganda
    IWaSP aims to improve water resource management, including the provision of drinking water and sanitation, and to promote sustainable water usage in Uganda.
  • Grenada@Maxine Welsch.jpg
    IWaSP aims to improve water security for more than 60,000 people by 2018 by reducing water risks for the private sector and civil society, while strengthening public institutions. IWaSP is currently working on a number of activities.
  • Billiard Ngao- Kenya
    In Kenya, IWaSP aims to reach more than 250,000 people by improving water security and strengthening civil society organisations.
  • SA Emfuleni
    Between January 2014 and December 2015 IWaSP partnerships benefitted over 300,000 people indirectly and 10,000 directly. In 2015 over EUR250,000 was leveraged from the private sector and over EUR500,000 from the public sector to support partnerships.


Stakeholders from Usa River sub-catchment.jpg
SUWAMA-Usa River partnership launched in Tanzania
On 6 December 2016 a new partnership agreement was signed. The commitment to sustainable water management in Usa River (SUWAMA-Usa River) in the Kilimanjaro region.
IPIECA webinar with GIZ
Oil and gas companies engage with IWaSP: industry specific webinar on Partnerships for Water Security at Catchment Scale
IWaSP was invited to present its approach to water stewardship to the global oil and gas industry association for environmental and social issues (IPIECA).

IWaSP is using Twitter to connect and share information and news with you. 
In line with data regulations, we ask for your permission to share the IWaSP Twitter timeline on this website. If you would like to see our posts and agree, please activate the button at the bottom of this page.


  • Mlalakua River in Tanzania is cleared
  • River Rwizi -Mbarara- Uganda