PWX Wins the eNGO Challenge
The Peer Water Exchange was recognized by the eNGO Awards for the innovative use of ICT to address human development issues
New Delhi, India
December 8, 2012
The Peer Water Exchange (PWX) – a breakthrough, participatory network for funding, managing, and monitoring grassroots water and sanitation projects worldwide – today won the eNGO Challenge
PWX is an innovative, participatory decision-making platform where experienced water groups work as peers to select, fund, and manage water and sanitation projects around the world. PWX makes the funding and project selection process transparent and efficient. Today, almost a 100 partners review, improve, and rate each others’ applications efficiently via an easy-to-use, online platform. PWX displays all projects on an innovative map, and allows for third party reporting, ensuring impact assessment for years after installation. Today, PWX is managing over Rs. 200 crores worth of projects in over 1000 communities that benefit over 1,000,000 people in 27 countries.
The eNGO Challenge
was established by the Digital Empowerment Foundation to recognize best practices in e-Content and Creativity.