We develop and evaluate technologies and programs for providing safe water. Our research is supported by grants and contracts from philanthropic foundations and development agencies. We collaborate with academic groups, and we publish our results in peer-reviewed journals.
We translate proven innovations into local impact by partnering with public and private institutions that are committed to providing safe water. Our clients include UN agencies, international NGOs, development finance institutions, and water suppliers.
Are you MSc or PhD student enrolled in a Kenyan University and specializing in environmental engineering, environmental sciences or public health? Do you have a passion for applying science and technology to solve fundamental development challenges? Are you looking for an opportunity to collaborate with leading researchers dedicated to safe drinking water and better sanitation in Africa?
If you answered yes to all of the above, apply now for a three month research internship with The Aquaya Institute that will begin in June 2014. For more information visit our “Opportunities” page.
With support from Newman’s Own Foundation