The Alternative Energy Promotion Center (AEPC) promotes the use of alternative/renewable energy technologies to meet the energy needs in Nepal. Acting as an intermediary institution between the operational level NGOs/private promoters of renewable energy and the policy decision levels in relevant ministries, AEPC's activities include renewable energy policy formulation, planning and facilitating the implementation of the policies/plans.
A subsidiary of Veolia Maroc, Amendis, since 2002, is a public service operator of the distribution of drinking water and electricity, as well as the collection and treatment of wastewater for 1.8 million inhabitants of the region from Tangier-Tetouan in Morocco.
The ARB Apex Bank Limited is a “mini”-central bank for the Rural & Community Banks (RCBs). The Bank was registered as a public limited liability company in January, 2000. The shareholders are the RCBs. It was granted a banking license in June, 2001 and was admitted to the Bankers Clearing House as the 19th member in August, 2001. The Bank has 9 branch offices throughout Ghana, which are as follows: Accra, Kumasi, Sunyani, Bolgatanga, Takoradi, Koforidua, Hohoe, Tamale.
R2E2 Fund is a state entity that creates favourable environment for the development of renewable energy and energy efficiency sectors by introducing the best practice of sustainable energy aimed at ensuring energy security, freedom and economic growth in Armenia.
Association for Social Advancement (ASA) is a fully self-sufficient non-governmental microfinance institution operating mainly in Bangladesh, but with presence in Africa and South America.ASA offers financial services to including micro-credit, small business credit, regular weekly savings, voluntary savings and life insurance – and aims to follow a simple, standardised, low-cost system of organisation, management, savings and credit operations..
The Asian Development Bank is an international development finance institution whose mission is to help its developing member countries reduce poverty and improve the quality of life of their people. ADB’s main partners are governments, the private sector, nongovernment organizations, development agencies, community-based organizations, and foundations.
The Cameroon Water Utilities Corporation (CAMWATER) is a public company which manages drinking water services in urban and peri-urban areas of Cameroon.
Camerounaise des Eaux
Camerounaise des Eaux (CDE) provides drinking water services in urban and suburban centres in Cameroon. CDE operates within the framework of a public-private partnership between countries of the South alongside major national actors like the ministry in charge of water and energy and the Cameroon Water Utilities Corporation.
The Communications Regulatory Commission of Mongolia (CRC) is responsible for regulating communications networks and services, broadcasting, the postal sector, and digital content in the country..
Myanmar's Department of Rural Development (DRD), under the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation, is the government body responsible for formulation and implementation of rural development works across the country. DRD's head office is located in Nay Pyi Taw with branch offices throughout the country.
Thrive Networks, also known as East Meets West is an international non-governmental organization with programs and technologies in health, water and sanitation, and education for underserved populations in Asia and Africa.
The Electricity Company of Ghana, owned by the Government of Ghana is responsible for distribution of electricity in six regions in southern Ghana namely, Ashanti, Central, Eastern, Greater Accra, Volta and Western Region.
The Energy Sector Management Assistance Program is a global technical assistance program which helps build consensus and provides policy advice on sustainable energy development to governments of developing countries and economies in transition.
The Ethiopian Electric Power Corporation (EEPCO) is responsible for generating, transmitting and wholesale of electricity nationwide in Ethiopia and to neighboring countries.
Fundo de Investimento e Património do Abastecimento de Água (FIPAG) of Mozambique, a national fund for water supply investments and assets, is a public institution supervised by the Ministry of Public Works, Housing and Water Resources.
As a partnership and a fund, GPE mobilizes investments, both external and domestic, to help governments build stronger education systems, based on data and evidence. GPE works with close to 70 partner developing countries to help them develop and implement quality education sector plans, laying the foundation for strong education systems. GPE has mobilized more than US$7 billion for education, creating better opportunities for millions of children, their communities and their countries.
Global Water Security & Sanitation Partnership (GWSP)
The World Bank, together with its partners, has launched a new partnership for a water-secure world, the Global Water Security & Sanitation Partnership (GWSP). Building on a nearly half-century of collaboration driven by the Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), the Water Partnership Program (WPP) and others, the GWSP aims to provide action equal to the ambition articulated within the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs.)
The GWSP supports client governments to achieve the water-related Sustainable Development Goals through the generation of innovative global knowledge and the provision of country-level support.
The Government Outcomes Lab represents a ground-breaking example of research-to-practice innovation. Our work demonstrates the power of an academic institution walking shoulder to shoulder with governments and related organisations to enhance policy and practice towards better outcomes for people.
The Health Insurance Fund was established in 2006, when private companies, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and PharmAccess formed a working group to strengthening private sector capacity to ensure improved access to quality care for low- and middle-income groups. It continues to design, implement and research market-based health financing and delivery innovations.
Infrastructure Development Company Limited is a government owned non-bank financial institution that finances renewable infrastructure projects in Bangladesh located in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Since its inception, IDCOL has played a major role in bridging the financing gap for developing medium to large-scale infrastructure and renewable energy projects in Bangladesh. It also finances organizations who distribute solar panels in the country.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) is an international financil institution that offers investment advisory, and asset-management services to encourage private-sector development in less developed countries. The IFC was established in 1956, as the private-sector arm of the World Bank Group, to advance economic development by investing in for-profit and commercial projects for poverty reduction and promoting develoipment.
Joint Services Council for Hebron & Bethlehem – West Bank
The Kenya Power's key mandate is to plan for sufficient electricity generation and transmission capacity to meet demand; building and maintaining the power distribution and transmission network and retailing of electricity to its customers.
KfW Entwicklungsbank (KfW Development Bank) helps the German federal government provide financing to governments, public enterprises and commercial banks engaged in microfinance and SME promotion in developing countries.
The Land and Water Settlement Project is a Palestinian Authority governmental project, launched in March of 2016 to carry out the work of settlement and registration of the lands in the West Bank and Gaza. The project aims primarily to register, record and resolve all disputes, conflicts and issues related to the rights of ownership and property in land and water, which would preserve them from confiscation and vandalism, especially under the complicated political, economic and social challenges that are currently encountered. The project also aims to ensure the promotion of economic and human development, raise the nominal value of the land and the investment opportunities, and ensure the achievement of civil and social peace, comprehensive planning and economic empowerment of farmers and women.
Local Government Unit Guarantee Corporation (LGUGC) is the first private corporation providing financial guarantees in the Philippines. It is the private sector link in public-private partnerships for local development financing. LGUGC mobilizes the resources of private sector financial institutions toward funding local development projects.
LEC, The Liberia Electricity Corporation is a public utility entity created in 1973 to produce and supply economic and reliable electric power to the entire nation, while at the same time maintaining the corporation financial viability. Intrinsic in this mandate is the responsibility for improving and expanding the system to meet future growth.
Lighting Global is the World Bank Group’s platform to support sustainable growth of the international off-grid solar market as a means of rapidly increasing energy access to the 789 million people living without electricity. Lighting Global works with manufacturers, distributors, governments, and other development partners to build and grow the modern off-grid solar energy market.
Lydec is a public service operator that manages the distribution of water and electricity, the collection of wastewater and rainwater and public lighting for 4 million inhabitants of the Wilaya of Grand Casablanca. These missions were entrusted to it under a delegated management contract signed in 1997 for a period of 30 years (2027).
Malian Agency for the Development of Rural Electrification (AMADER)
AMADER (the Malian Agency for the Development of Rural Electrification) regulates and supports rural electrification and manages the Rural Electrification Fund. AMADER manages the mini-grid program, which includes providing the initial capital cost subsidies to connect new customers and makes all major decisions concerning mini-grids.
Manila Water Company, Inc.holds the exclusive right to provide water and used water services to the eastern side of Metro Manila. The Company provides water treatment, water distribution, sewerage and sanitation services to more than 6 million people in the eastern side of Metro Manila, comprising a broad range of residential, commercial and industrial customers.
Marie Stopes Uganda(MSU) practices a total market approach by providing free services to the rural poor, at subsidy to the peri-urban and through user fees to urban and middle income clients. MSU is significantly contributing to the contraceptive prevalence rate in Uganda through various channels including; 29 Mobile clinical outreach teams, 400 socially franchised clinics under the BlueStar Healthcare Network, 15 Static Centers, 2,000 Village Health Teams and 75 Dedicated FP/RH service providers at select public facilities. MSU also reaches the urban poor through 4 mini-outreach teams on tri-cycle vehicles to provide HIV/SRH services to most-at-risk populations and young people affected by HIV.
The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) is a United States Government corporation designed to work with some of the poorest countries in the world. Established in January 2004, MCC is based on the principle that aid is most effective when it reinforces good governance, economic freedom and investments in people.
Naandi is one of the largest and fastest growing social sector organisations in India working on poverty reduction, by partnering with various state governments, corporate houses, international and national development organizations and showcasing large scale successful delivery of public services.
Nairobi Water and Sewerage Company is tasked with providing water and sewerage services to the residents of Nairobi. In addition to the primary services offered the company is also engaged in cooperate social responsibility activities that are aimed at improving the lives of the underprivileged.
National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) is a public utility company 100% owned by the Government of Uganda. At its inception in 1972, the Corporation operated in three (3) major towns of Kampala, Jinja and Entebbe but now brags of coverage in two hundred fifty-six (256) towns.
The NWSDB is a public entity with the primary responsibility for the development of water and sewerage facilities for urban and rural communities; it also supplies purified drinking water to approximately two million consumers in Sri Lanka.
PharmAccess is an international non-profit organization with a digital agenda dedicated to connecting more people in sub-Saharan Africa to better healthcare. By making use of public-private partnership, they leverage donor contributions, which they believe will pave the way for private investments hereby contributing to healthier populations and social and economic development.
The Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) was created in 1995 to implement universal health coverage in the Philippines. It is a tax-exempt, government-owned and controlled corporation of the Philippines, and is attached to the Department of Health.
Promigas SA ESP engages in the purchase, sale, transportation, distribution, exploitation and exploration of natural gas, oil and hydrocarbons in general and gas and oil activity in all its manifestations.
PT PAM Lyonnaise Jaya (PALYJA) provides clean water and services to residents in the western part of Jakarta. Since 1999, PALYJA has successfully installed 406 thousand piped water connections reaching more than 3 million people in west Jakarta metro area..
A multidonor technical assistance facility aimed at helping developing countries improve their infrastructure through private sector involvement.
RADEM's primary objective is to supply electricity and potable water to the city of Meknes, Morocco -- as well as the collection and treatment of wastewater, whether household/businesses or industrial.
Reliance Infrastructure Limited (RInfra) is one of the largest infrastructure companies, developing projects through various Special Purpose Vehicles in several high growth sectors such as power, roads, metro rail and airport in the infrastructure space and in the defense sector. RInfra is a major player in providing Engineering & Construction services for developing power, infrastructure, metro and road projects.
The National Autonomous Service of Aqueducts and Sewers (SANAA) is a public entity created in 1961 to standardize, design, build and supervise drinking water and sanitary sewerage systems in Honduras, dependent on the Ministry of Public Health.
Sidian Bank, formerly known as K-Rep Bank, is a commercial bank in Kenya. The bank is a medium-sized financial services provider, serving the urban and rural poor and small-to-medium business enterprises.
La Société burkinabè des fibres textiles (Sofitex) is a mixed economy company, initially public and then privatized, created in 1974 whose mission is the development of the cotton agro-industry in Burkina Faso.
SOUL is a non-profit NGO headquartered in Sanaa, founded by a dedicated group of Yemeni professionals who recognized the need to assist the women and children of Yemen, in the health, education and social development fields.
Surtigas is a Colombian energy company, providing access to natural gas and affiilated services to more than 800,000 consumers; the company operates in more than 185 communities in the departments of Bolivar, Sucre, Cordoba, Antioquia and Magdalena-- making it the natural gas distributor with the greatest geographical reach in Colombia.
TIB Development Bank Limited was established in November 1970 with the main purpose of financing development with emphasis on industrialization of the country. The economic reforms of the 1990s highlighted the lack of long-term funding as it was not offered by any of the commercial and financial institutions operating the country at the time. The Government therefore re-designated TIB as a Development Finance Institution (DFI) in 2005. The bank has completed the process of transformation into a DFI with an engagement focus centred primarily on infrastructure, industrialization (agro-processing, mining, and general manufacturing) oil and gas and services sector.
Town Development Fund (TDF) aims to alleviate economic and social poverty in urban sectors through long term financing in social infrastructure and revenue generating projects. TDF supports Municipalities, Water Users and Sanitation Committees of the "Small Towns Water and Sanitation Supply Projects" -- Hospital and Health Centres through long term financing on social infrastructure and income generating Projects in the form of Loan, soft loan and grant within strict financial rule and regulations.
Umeme Limited is Uganda’s main electricity distribution company, licensed to distribute and supply electricity to customers. This mandate involves; operation, maintenance and upgrade of electricity distribution infrastructure, electricity retail and provision of related services.
UNELCO is a private enterprise and the utilities concessionnaire for the production, transport and supply of electricity and water in Vanuatu. UNELCO Engie is a private enterprise and the utilities concessionare for the production, transport and supply of electricity and water. UNELCO has been producing and supplying electricity and water in Vanuatu since 1939. UNELCO Engie holds 4 geographical concessions, being Efate island, the two administrative centers of Norsup (Malekula) and Lenakel (Tanna) for the provision of electricity as well as the capital, Port Vila, for the Supply of water.
Vanuatu Utilities & Infrastructure Limited (VUI) entered Vanuatu in 2011 when a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed with the Government of Vanuatu to take over the Luganville Electricity Concession on the island of Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu. VUI also operates and maintains the Hydro and Diesel generation plants, transmission and distribution, sub-station, customer service and billing, meter readings, extensions and expansion.
WaterHealth International is a private, American multinational corporation operating as a socialbusiness that provides drinking water to communities in primarily rural areas.WaterHealth purifies and retails water through decentralized plants termed "WaterHealth Center," which serve an average consumer base of 10,000. The company has installed around 500 WaterHealth Centers primarily in India, but also in Bangladesh, Ghana, Nigeria , and Liberia.
The Water Sector Trust Fund (WaterFund) is a Kenyan State Corporation under the Ministry of Water & Sanitation and Irrigation and established under the Water Act, 2016, with the mandate to provide conditional and unconditional grants to the Counties and to assist in financing the development of and management of water and sanitation services in the marginalised and underserved areas. It previously existed as the Water Services Trust Fund prior to the repeal of the Water Act, 2002, which had established it.
ZESCO Limited is a vertically integrated electricity utility, which generates, transmits, distributes and supplies electricity in Zambia. It is a public utility, with the Government of the Republic of Zambia being a sole shareholder.