SWA has over 100 partners including governments, donors, civil society organizations and other development partners.
Partners support the SWA Guiding Principles and agree to make concerted efforts to adhere to these principles and progress these aims. Find out more about how the partners contribute to SWA and the roles of the different constituencies in the Partners section of our site.
Governments that are supporting their own domestic implementation of the objectives of SWA.
Central African Republic
Democratic Republic of Congo
Palestine National Authority
Bilateral donors, multilateral organizations, foundations, financing institutions and external agencies that support countries’ work in the attainment of SWA’s objectives.
Non-profit organizations or network active at national, international or regional levels that support SWA’s objectives
Arifwala Tehsil Bar Association
Daniel Iroegbu Global Health Foundation
Hallmark Media, Commonwealth Africa Journal
Institute of Sustainable Development
Rujewa Integrated Efforts To Fight Poverty (RIEFP)
Sindhica Reforms Society
Zambia WASHE Advocacy Network (ZAWN)
Academic institutions or agencies or networks with recognized technical and policy expertise and influence, and global and/or regional remit, undertaking or promoting research or learning in support of SWA objectives.
For-profit businesses or networks representing business constituencies with recognized commitment, influence and global and/or regional remit that work in support of SWA’s objectives.