Access to clean drinking water


The two-year project aims to install two production stations for drinking water in two villages in the north-eastern region of Madagascar, enabling 4,000 people to access clean drinking water daily and to improve their health. Two small drinking water production stations will be constructed and managed by local operators in charge of producing and selling the water at a very low price(1 euro cent/l). Each operator will be trained and mentored until they reach break-even. They then pay a royalty of 20% of their turnover to a local platform which ensures the quality and sustainability of the service (regular monitoring of water quality, support in case of technical problems, etc.).This model of social entrepreneurship, which has already been proven successful, will ensure the sustainability of the project while ensuring local autonomous development.


The NGO :
1001 fontaines pour demain is a French non-profit association. Its mission is to improve the health of the poorest and most vulnerable rural populations by allowing them to locally produce and consume pure drinking water, based on a business model that ensures the communities autonomy and the sustainability of solution


July 2014 – June 2017

North East Madagascar

With whom
1001 fontaines pour demain



23 April 2014
Three new projects approved for funding in March

The Addax and Oryx Foundation Board granted funding to three new projects at its March 2014 Meeting.

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