IWEL is presently working on the following projects:

UKAID-DFID funding, 2014 to 2018> Global Water and Sanitation for Hygiene DFID in 12 countries.
Management of the Monitoring, Verification and Evaluation component of DFID’s WASH Results Programme, delivering water, sanitation and hygiene services across 12 countries in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. The WASH Results programme employs an innovative finance mechanism following principles of ‘Payment by Results’, committed to deliver WASH services; from 2016 onwards the commitments shift towards sustainability of these services until the end of the programme in March 2018.

European Commission funding, 2013 ongoing> Nigeria, Water Supply & Sanitation Sector Reform Programme (EC). Institutional and IWRM Expertise on the EU-funded Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Reform Programme, in six focal states. Providing support to the implementation of the Water Policy including integrated and participatory water resources planning and management in four river basins including for irrigation and groundwater development.

UKAID-DFID funding, 2013 to 2016> Zimbabwe: Annual Review of support to the Unicef Programme for WASH. IWEL provides (annually over 3 years) a team of 3 to assess current progress and future plans of the Rural WASH programme to “access to water, sanitation and hygiene” to be completed by mid 2016.
Assessed the performance of the programme, identified action points regarding any major issues and problems affecting progress and made recommendations for future of programme.

African Water Facility funding, 2014 to 2015> A review (with Tremolet Consulting) of the African Water Facility (AWF) portfolio using their strategic priorities (Project Preparation, Water Knowledge and Water Governance) but also from a thematic point of view. AWF is an initiative led by the African Ministers’ Council on Water (AMCOW) that aims to mobilise resources to finance water resources development activities in Africa.

UKAID-DFID funding, 2015> Evaluation of the Climate Resilient Infrastructure Development Facility (CRIDF)’s Rapid advisory service. CRIDF is DFID’s innovative water infrastructure programme for southern Africa delivering sustainable small-scale infrastructure across 11 SADC countries, the demand-driven programme focuses on water services, water resource management, and water for livelihoods, fostering sustainable development of the region’s water resources and addressing the water, food and energy nexus.