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EWB monitor

Access to safely managed drinking water services is important to public health and contributes to powerty reduction and boost countries' economic growth. New water points are established in low-income rural and urban areas, but unfortunately a rather large percentage stops functioning after few years.

Water point

EWB Monitor aims to provide open access to data on functionality and water consumption to stakeholders at all levels and to provide open source access to the technology, thereby enabling local production and innovation.

Water map

Click the Map for a geographical overview of installed EWB Monitors or select Water towers for a list of monitored water supply systems.

EWB Monitor has been developed by Engineers Without Borders Denmark and the University of Southern Denmark in collaboration with local and global funding partners, NGO’s, universities and private companies.

EWB Monitor supports the Sustainable Development Goal 6: Ensure access to water and sanitation for all.