Partners and Sponsors

Jacana Business empowerment can’t work alone we have committed partners in many fields, both individuals and organisations.
Here is a selection of the organisations that we work with:

Sponsors

Online shops donate to JacanaSponsor Kliks

300 Online shops contribute a percentage of your purchase to Jacana. It does not cost you anything extra. So next time you go to your online shop go via this link:: https://jacana.help/shoppen4jacana. It does not cost you anything extra.

For example when you buy at Bol.com, Coolblue, Zalando, Wehkamp, MediaMarkt, BartSmit, etc…

Even when you go out for dinner, 4.500 restaurants will donate a part of your normal spendings to Jacana.

Online Shops
Aqua for All
Aqua for All advised Jacana on strategic planning of the Jacana SMART Centre Zambia and is supporting the centre financially so it can create jobs in the Zambia private water sector and providing sustainable water.
Castricum Helpt Muttathara
Several communities have worked hard constructing toilets. They are officially declared Open Defecation Free. Now clean water is coming their way thanks to a donation from the “Marie-Stella-Maris foundation“.
Castricum Helpt Muttathara
The Castricum helps Muttathara foundation supports Jacana in training entrepreneurs in the local production of water pumps. The pumps made during the training will be donated to the community.

De Johanna Donk–Grote Stichting
The Johanna Donk–Grote Foundation co-funded Jacana for the basic training of Zambian entrepreneurs. Jacana will conduct this year four basic trainings and Jacana will select from these trainings the most promising entrepreneurs for an intensive program.

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These entrepreneurs will receive an individual guidance to increase their business. We thank Johanna Donk–Grote Foundation for their donation.   www.djdgs.nl
Wilde Ganzen
Wild Geese supports the Jacana SMART Centre in creating jobs in the water sector and providing sustainable water.
Hofstee Stichting
The Hofstsee foundation supports Jacana SMART centre who trains entrepreneurs in the local water sector and provides water to rural Zambia.

Rabo Share4More
Rabobank Share4More supports 60% of the Jacana costs in training and guiding eight small entrepreneurs in Zambia. When you donate for example € 10, Share4More adds € 15. Choose your favorite entrepreneur here.
Haella
The Haëlla Foundation co-funded Jacana for the basic training of Zambian entrepreneurs. Jacana will conduct this year four basic trainings and Jacana will select from these trainings the most promising entrepreneurs for an intensive program. These entrepreneurs will receive an individual guidance to increase their business.

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We thank Haëla Foundation for their donation.   www.haella.nl
Stichting Leo Bijl
Jacana received a donation from the Leo Bijl Foundation for  guidance and monitoring of Zambian entrepreneurs.

We thank Leo Bijl Foundation for the donation.


de Kootje fundatiën
“Kootje” is a little man from stories told to little children. A man who always popped up from nowhere and helped solve the problems under the most difficult circumstances. Often children, who were listening, came up with breathtaking solutions themselves converted into a colorful ending. This little man with his solutions to bitter problems has come to live through “The Kootje fundatiën“.
Wandelen voor water
Sponsor walk for water; children from Dutch schools walk 6 km with 6 litres of water to experience the daily work of children in Africa.
Wim Tijhaar educatiefonds
Wim Tijhaar Educatiefonds supports hard working women entrepreneurs in Zambia.

Rotary
Rotary Duiven supports “Water for Zambia” by providing guest lessons to schools in the Netherlands and organising sponsored walks.
Protestants Steunfonds
The foundation Protestants Steunfonds supports training sessions for small African entrepreneurs.
Montessorischool De Groene Ring in Duiven
Pupils at the De Groene Ring in the Netherlands are sponsoring “Water for Zambia”

Partners

Neostrada

WaterAid Zambia and Jacana foresee challenges realising Sustainable Development Goal 6.1 by 2030, achieve universal and equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water for all.

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The biggest problem for Zambia will be to provide water for everybody, also people living in small communities. Zambia is sparsely populated (average 23 people/km²). Until now Government and many NGO’s use machine drilled boreholes with India Mark2 community pumps. WaterAid and Jacana are designing and testing alternative approaches to reach everybody.
SMART Centre Group
SMART Centres in several African countries provide training of local private sector in Simple, Market based, Affordable, and Repairable Technologies. These centres are coordinated and supported by the SMART Centre group.
Transform International
Transform International believes sustainable development requires in-country capacity, ownership, and ongoing knowledge-into-practice. Jacana SMART Centre shares this vision and is member of the network.
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