Watershed is a strategic partnership between the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and four Dutch NGO's who operate internationally.

IRC is a think-and-do tank. Our approach is different, and it is transformational. It involves everyone, in every part of the process, thinking and acting in new ways to find long-term solutions to the global crisis in water, sanitation and hygiene services. As a change hub, we are in a unique position to unite people to drive and champion change from the ground up. We need to convince district, country and global decision makers of what it will take to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 6. www.ircwash.org/

Wetlands International seeks to improve human well-being and local livelihoods through wise use of wetlands. Many of the world’s poorest communities depend on wetland services and resources like fish, irrigation, water for livestock, sanitation and transport. Partnering with a broad range of development, civil society and community-based organisations, Wetlands International helps communities manage wetlands while enhancing their income and well-being. Wetlands International offers training modules on climate adaptation and the links between wetlands management and poverty reduction. https://www.wetlands.org/

Simavi realises structural improvement to the health conditions of people in marginalised communities in Africa and Asia since 1925. Simavi invests in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) because these basic services are vital for people to be able to lead a healthy life, build a better existence and find a way out of poverty. Therefore Simavi strives for a world in which basic health is accessible for all. Simavi aims to structurally improve the basic health of ten million people by 2020. Simavi works on this mission by collaborating closely with civil society organisations to build capacity and create structural, lasting change. http://simavi.org/

Akvo is a nonprofit foundation that helps governments and non-governmental organisations use data to contribute to impact. Akvo believes that inclusive and sustainable change will happen faster if governments and non-governmental organisations become more effective, accountable and collaborative. With a unique approach to development and data - the Data Journey methodology - Akvo provides a series of data services to ensure success at every step of a programme. These services are supported by an open source data platform, local expertise, and sector knowledge. http://akvo.org