Our Water Projects: Caring About a Valuable Resource


Improving water use within a watershed involves three main approaches: improving watershed functions through restoration activities, improving productive water use through agricultural interventions and other methods, and improving the quality and availability of water for human consumption. Our water projects use these approaches to promote the adoption of water-efficient irrigation technology or to improve the quality of household tap water in underserved regions.

First Climate water projects are certified according to the strict quality criteria of the Gold Standard. They are carried out in cooperation with NGOs or companies.

Sustainable Sugarcane Farming in India

Total Water Volume: 940,000 cubic meters/a
Project Type: Sustainable Sugarcane Initiative (SSI)

The Project
To meet this demand, sugarcane cultivation needs to change radically in order to increase yields and efficient use of water and fertilizers. … >>

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SafeWater-Uganda

Total Water Volume: 60,000 cubic meters/a
Project Type: Water Access Sanitation, and Hygiene (Wash)

The Project
The Clean Drinking Water for Uganda project belongs to the group of WASH projects, which aim to meet basic human needs and access to clean drinking water…. >>

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Water Access India

Total Water Volume: 35,000 cubic meters/a
Project Type: Clean Water Access

The Project
WaterHealth India (WHIN) is a wholly owned subsidiary of WaterHealth International.WHIN aims to provide scalable, safe drinking water solutions to underserved areas in India through advanced technology and self-sustaining business models based on WaterHealth Centres… >>

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Sanitation-Mongolia

WASH Program for School Children – World Vision Australia

The Project
This project seeks to enhance educational opportunities for young children in Mongolia by improving their access to drinking water, sanitation services and health education at school… >>

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Efficient Agriculture-India

Total Water Volume: 640,000 cubic meters/a
Project Type: Drip irrigation

The Project

Water scarcity is an ever present concern for the 180 million smallholder farmers in India who rely on stable sources of groundwater to cultivate crops outside of the monsoon season…. >>

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