We offer specialised, focused to intensive services for developing and implementing services capacity within the Water and Sanitation sector. As leaders and Africa’s largest developmental NGO, our services aptitude varies from a prong of multilateral services delivery.
Leadership requires an academic, educational and ethical business aptitude and experience. It is this ethical aptitude and years of business that affords us the capacity to discern business industry trends forecast in the Water and Sanitation sector, industry and all other industry related agendas.
Leaders at Work
“Women should be thought of as strategic users of water. They manage the use of water for preparing food, for drinking, bathing and washing, for irrigating home gardens and watering livestock. Women know the location, […]
Since the responsibility for water and sanitation services provision is that of local government, sector stakeholders (including national government, water boards and non-governmental organisations) see their role as one of support to local government in […]
The Citizens’ Voice Programme’s main objective is to raise the citizens’ voice in the regulation of water services and to provide means for the public to provide meaningful input into the planning for and implementation […]
On 12 January 2015, the Ga Kgatla Soil and Water Conservation project commenced, with James Nkgoeng acting as the Community Officer. The project was monitored from the Presidency Office, although it was managed by the […]
The Mvula Trust was appointed by the Joe Gqabi District Municipality (JGDM) as the Implementing Agent (IA) of the Springs Water Protection Programme. This programme covers the rural areas of Elundini and Senqu Local Municipalities. […]
The Accelerated School infrastructure Programme (ASIDI) was run by The Mvula Trust in three regions namely Mpumalanga, Eastern Cape and Limpopo on behalf of the Department of Basic Education.
In this Project Report we are going […]