By 2015, Malawi had surpassed Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to provide safe water to at least 75 percent of the population. The transition to SDGs call for greater investment, efficiency, accountability and equity to expand access to every person, especially a tenth of rural Malawians who are left behind.

“As we strive for SDG6, government views m-Water as an essential tool for mapping water points’ availability,  functionality and potential risks of pollution. It’s also essential for planning and monitoring at both national and district levels,” said Zione Uka, the chief groundwater officer in the Department of Water Development.

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