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Paul Newman's social enterprise now provides clean water to nearly 1 million people
by Nish Acharya, Contributor
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8 March 2018
On 8 March 2018 Forbes reported:
Nearly 4.5 billion people around the globe will live without access to safe water by 2030 under current spending levels and conditions, according to the United Nations. The Safe Water Network was founded in 2006 by the late actor and philanthropist Paul Newman, along with a group of prominent civic and business leaders to address this significant global challenge.
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SWN's efforts are guided by a simple premise -- that properly equipped communities can successfully operate small water enterprises that provide a reliable, affordable supply of safe water.
... The Safe Water Network has successfully implemented this social enterprise approach at scale, serving more than one million people in 300 communities. They have demonstrated the sustainability of their model to governments, private sector investors, policy makers and philanthropists.
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