Aquaya designs and administers field studies to evaluate supply and demand for key sanitation products in rural communities. Many leading efforts at improving rural sanitation propose relying on market forces for sufficient distribution of emerging sanitation products, but the sector has yet to conduct a comprehensive study evaluating the degree to which supply and demand fueled by the market alone is actually feasible in some of the poorest areas of the world. Aquaya is filing this information gap and providing valuable data to inform future decision-making on sanitation policies.
Aquaya advises on data management tools that support performance monitoring, survey efforts, and evaluations. Where existing open source software tools are appropriate, we optimize and configure these tools to support our clients’ needs. In addition, Aquaya builds tools in-house when we identify software gaps.
Unleashing the full potential of local, independent entrepreneurship in the WaSH sector often requires business management support and access to business financing. Aquaya collaborates with development partners to ensure that these services reach promising entrepreneurs.
Water Business Kit: Kenya