IRHA's 16 years of experience in the complex, dynamic, socio-environmental settings of countries including Senegal, Ghana, Benin, Mexico, Bolivia, and Nepal have demonstrated the efficiency of rainwater harvesting to ensure community resilience in developing countries.
Our on-the-ground action involves implementing rainwater management systems in developing countries, where access to drinking water and vulnerability to extreme weather events are daily problems.
Our interventions adopt a three-pronged approach to improve people's security: running projects, capacity building, and developing integrated natural resources management practices.
We offer local governments and communities:
This program aims to educate schoolchildren to the management of water, sanitation and good hygiene practices, but also the recovery of waste to make blue schools, incubators of social change "
Construction of rainwater harvesting systems in Bhaktapur, to provide safe access todrinking water in 2 schools and 6 camps for displaced families after the 2015 earthquake.
Climate change requires us to rethink our management methods and practices. This project aims to build community resilience by combining better management of water resources, trees and soil.
The "Unserved" project aims to provide access to clean water and restore dignity for those who have nothing, the forgotten from water services, who live on the outskirts of our cities and have to fight every day to access even water for drinking.
The objective of this workshop is to bring school children to become aware of their environment, and to be able to implement durable, sustainable solutions in their city.
The aim of this "In the rain ink" project is to transform the representations of rainwater seen as a nuisance, poetically using the urban environment in which we live.