November 2008: Cowater Launches New On-Line Consultant Database

On November 10th, Cowater launched a new, web-based International Development Consultants Database, accessible through this website. Cowater now invites existing associates and new applicants to register with us on-line, and to upload their current CVs directly into this database. This new system will allow our consultants to keep their own …

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September 2008: Cowater Improving Water Sector Governance in Africa

Through two separate projects being carried out on behalf of the African Development Bank (AfDB), the African Water Facility (AWF), and the African Minister’s Council on Water (AMCOW), Ottawa-based Cowater International Inc. is playing a catalytic role in improving water governance in Africa. Through the eight-month Pan African Water Sector …

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August 2008: Cowater Begins New Water Supply and Sanitation Project in Malawi

The African Development Bank has selected Cowater International to implement a new initiative in Malawi which will consist of a baseline assessment, design, business planning and construction supervision for water supply and sanitation in several market centres and their surrounding communities in the southern part of the country. The development …

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June 2008: Cowater Awarded Six-Year, $18M Contract in Indonesia

The Canadian International Development Agency has awarded a contract to Cowater to manage the “Better Approaches to Service Provision through Increased Capacities in Sulawesi (BASICS)” project in Indonesia. This six-year, CAD 18 million project will assist Indonesia to improve the quality of decentralized social services in an equitable and gender-sensitive …

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February 2008: Cowater Begins Implementation of Second Phase of Communication for Effective Social Service Delivery Project (CESSD II) in Pakistan

Building on the achievements of the seven-year, $7 million CESSD project, Cowater recently began the implementation of the CIDA-financed CESSD II project in Pakistan’s North West Frontier Province (NWFP). Like its predecessor, the goals of this five-year, $9 million institutional development and governance project are to improve the quality of …

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