RES’eau was created in 2012 to gather student and professional know-how for international solidarity in the field of water and sanitation.
We provide our expertise on projects for access to water or sanitation, by supporting local NGOs development projects. We invest in the formation of an on-site team to make these projects self-sufficient and economically viable. Nous apportons notre expertise sur des projets pour l’accès à l’eau ou à l’assainissement, en intervenant en appui à des ONG porteuses de projets de développement. Nous investissons dans la formation d’une équipe sur place afin de rendre ces projets auto-suffisants et économiquement viables.
by education awareness of users and local residents, compliance with standards for the construction of water points and monitoring of the quality of the water distributed.
by the participation and consultation of all stakeholders. this may involve the charging of the water service with a compulsory contribution and the creation of a steering committee.
by optimizing investments and ensuring their sustainability.
of users, local residents and local authorities to establish water service governance.
RES’eau intervenes in assistance to the project management of drinking water projects. It carries out technical feasibility studies, design, conceptual diagrams and schemes of the engineering work.
RES’eau intervenes in project management. It is involved in the realization and reception of the works. It helps people and communities to perpetuate facilities, ensure maintenance in operational condition.
Skills development, training and awareness
The association participates in the upgrading of local operational staff. It carries out training and sensitization activities for users and local residents. It proposes structures to implement a water service pricing that economically viable projects.
international project per year
partner local NGOs
International Non-Governmental Organization
Médecins d'Afrique aka Doctors of Africa is an international NGO of doctors and health actors working for the socio-sanitary development of Africa. RES'eau brings its expertise to Médecins d'Afrique on water access projects in Congo-Brazzaville.
International Association of Volunteers and Experts in the fields of Education, Administration and Development
KALOOB is an association that supports programs of solidarity in various fields, in construction / renovation as well as in education, giving priority to the formation of leaders in the service of the dynamism of their local communities
REseau Français des Etudiants pour le Développement Durable which means Student Network for Sustainable Development
REFEDD is the French Network of Students for Sustainable Development. It is a network of student associations that carry out projects on sustainable development such as food, biodiversity, climate, waste, etc.
The project is the founding project for RES’eau.
-In 2010, collection, filtration of several micro-sources to a storage basin.
– capturing, processing and storing a first group of sources.
– collecting a second group of souces and laying a pipe to the foot of the village.
– sizing of a water tower and creation of standpipes in each of the village district.
– a total of 12 micro-sources captured, 6 filtration chambers in 2 comparments loaded with stones, gravel and sand installed for filtration, two basins with a total capcity of 42,000 liters and a water supply system of more than 2,5 km.
– a water tower (150m3), 12 hydrants and since 2014 thanks to Médecins d’Afrique setting up latrines, lava-hand, 2 impluviums and a washhouse.s 2014 grâce à Médecins d’Afrique mise en place de latrines, de lave-mains, de 2 impluviums et d’un lavoir.
In the Philippines, RES’eau is expanding its scope and expertise. A project was created in 2013 to provide drinking water to its inhabitants. The project is carried out with the community and a local association, Kaloob. The project consist of :
– a drilling of a depth of 55 meters which supplies a potable water tower of 17m3,
– a supply network that supplies faucets for each house. In total, more than 50 families have running water in 2016. A technician has been trained to maintain the structure.
RES’Eau in partnership with Médécins d’Afrique is carrying out a study to install latrines in the Kombé district to improve sanitation.
The main objective is to carry out an on-site survey of 900 households and to provide a report in order to offer Médecins d’Afrique adequate equipment for this district. Requests for financing and construction will be made by our partner.