FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

... about us

Who is IWFA?

IWFA stands for "Institute Water for Africa". We are a non-profit organization and have the objective to sustainably improve the living conditions in Africa.

Last update on 17.07.2015 by Jürgen Baisch.

Where does IWFA work?

We conduct

  1. projects in the field of water ressources management. This includes for example
    • water treatment with simple methods, which can be run by the local people without expensive technics.
    • water supply (distribution networks)
    • sanitation
    • irrigation
    • desalination of soil
  2. seminars about
    • water treatment and hygiene
    • hydrology

We don't drill.

Last update on 17.07.2015 by Jürgen Baisch.

Can I get professional advice for a project?

Please contact IWFA Consulting if you need a professional consultation for a project. If it turns out that your project is feasible for us (Institute Water for Africa (IWFA)), your project can be supported by us professionally and financially.

Last update on 16.04.2017 by Jürgen Baisch.

Where IWFA work?

We work in Africa only. Our work is not limited to some countries. We offer professional help by demand.

In Germany we offer seminars.

Last update on 17.07.2015 by Jürgen Baisch.

How is IWFA financed?

We are financed through donations and grants. Our work is voluntary.

Last update on 17.07.2015 by Jürgen Baisch.

Does IWFA finance projects?

IWFA does not finance projects. Our finances are only used for our own work.

Last update on 03.09.2016 by Jürgen Baisch.