Water Unite Impact is delighted to announce our investment of USD 500,000 in Jibu. Operating in seven countries of East Africa, Jibu is a leading innovator in the distribution of clean drinking water to low-income populations. Jibu operates 160 water production and distribut...
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Water security is under threat and governments, leaders and stakeholders are under pressure to create viable, cost-effective solutions. 52% of the world’s population will live in water-stressed regions by 2050. However, there is no ‘one shoe fits all solution’ to urban...
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GREE Energy secures pre-series A investment from Water Unite Impact to support its mission in decarbonizing the food supply chain. GREE Energy, a company that decarbonizes food processors in emergent countries by transforming their wastewater into biogas, secures a pre-serie...
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2021 IMPACT UPDATE

March 24, 2022
In 2021, thanks to your support, our programmes helped:Water Stewardship: Return over 4.1 billion litres of water to regional systems Sanitation & Hygiene:  More than 650,000 people gain access to safe sanitation and hygiene  Environment: Save the equivalent of 31,...
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Cyrille Antignac¹ is an Investment Partner at Wellers Impact where he looks after investments and acts as a portfolio manager of Water Unite Impact fund. Cyrille has 20 years of experience in Corporate Finance and Private Equity in Asia, Africa and Europe. He is also the fo...
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Water Unite Impact is pleased to announce that we are joining the ranks of a diverse group of investors, including DOB Equity and Global Innovation Fund, in the latest round of investment into Mr. Green Africa. Mr. Green Africa, a Kenyan plastics recycling pioneer, has been ...
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It was a pleasure to sit down with Rupen Shah, who describes himself as British Kenyan Indian who comes from humble roots. Rupen freely disclosed that he has been incredibly fortunate to be afforded opportunities and to have the support of people who believed in his potentia...
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COP26 - WHAT NOW?

November 18, 2021
COP26 has come and gone. The circus has packed up and left town, leaders and activists from Boris Johnson to Greta Thunberg have shared their words. In its wake, over 140 countries have committed to net zero goals, covering 90% of global emissions. But will our governments s...
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The final countdown is on for COP26, described as ‘the world’s best last chance to get runaway climate change under control’. With just days to go ahead of the October 31st start date the final events and panels are being added to the Green Zone agenda. We are del...
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Adapting the management of natural resources is an urgent matter and one that needs careful consideration. To many people who live in developed nations, water scarcity may not be of much concern. However, it is not an exaggeration to say that life revolves around water, and ...
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