As the population surges 

and water becomes more scarce

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5B$

is invested  yearly in decentralized water systems in East Africa by NGOs, local business and government but water availability has not increased 

Population is soaring

Population is soaring

The population of Africa has doubled in the past 25 years and is expected to double again before 2050

Scarcity of clean water

Scarcity of clean water

As Sub-Saharan Africa suffers continuous droughts - water sources are polluted by larger cities and increased agriculture.

Lost investment

Lost investment

Investments in water technologies go to waste

Technology fails

Technology fails

Tech companies are reluctant to market their solutions because of the lack of qualified technicians and corrupt agents.

Lack of Trust

Lack of Trust

Unqualified technicians, poor quality parts and unreliable payment cause distrust and delays in getting water systems fixed.