Safe Water Network
Safe Water Network was co-founded in 2006 by the late actor and philanthropist Paul Newman, along with prominent civic and business leaders. In 2008 Safe Water Network established field offices in Accra, Ghana and New Delhi in India.
Their team of local water experts began laying the groundwork for an approach to developing the community capability to own and manage Safe Water Stations. Today their country teams oversee field initiatives, host forums and workshops, as well as produce publications and research about their work. An esteemed international board comprised of leading water authorities and business leaders contributes to an increasingly influential organization focused on empowering communities around the world to overcome the challenges to local sustainability.
They envision a world with healthy, thriving communities, each managing its own sustainable supply of safe water. Their mission is to develop and demonstrate affordable, economically viable solutions, to share sector knowledge, and to build partnerships that reach millions in need.