14 developing countries
University of Bristol

To expand microbial water quality testing, new technologies that do not require laboratories and highly trained technicians are essential. To address this need, Aquaya joined the Aquatest research consortium, a collaborative effort led by the University of Bristol in the UK and funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation that focused on the development of a low-cost and accessible microbial water quality diagnostic.

Aquaya managed evaluations of the Aquatest device and associated mobile phone data collection apps in 14 developing countries with a global range of end-user organizations including water providers, government agencies involved with water quality surveillance, and development organizations.

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