WaterAid joins technology consortium

WaterAid has joined charity technology consortium NetHope to help improve its coordination with partner organisations in the countries it works in.

NetHope is a consortium of 21 NGOs that work together to share IT knowledge, develop best practice and use their collective purchasing power to increase cost efficiency.

“Access to greater technology overseas will help both WaterAid and our partner organisations to deliver clean water and sanitation to communities in need,” said Peter Heather, head of IT and systems at WaterAid.

Bill Brindley, chief executive of NetHope, said: “We are thrilled to welcome WaterAid into the NetHope family of ICT professionals. Their addition adds to the consortium’s collective information and communications technology ICT expertise, skills and capacity, which enables organisations to operate more effectively and efficiently around the globe.”

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