Our 2030 Impact Targets and Results
The AIP seeks to double current water and sanitation investments by 2030 to narrow Africa’s water investment gap and contribute to Sustainable Development Goal 6 targets. To date, the programme has leveraged over $7.5 billion towards climate resilient water and sanitation investments in various countries and river basins across the continent, including Zambia, Zanzibar, Tanzania, the Southern African Development Community (SADC), the Lake Chad Basin, and others.
The outcomes of the AIP demonstrate the interlinked and interdependent nature of water investments on social and economic outcomes.
Increased water investments result in improved economic and job opportunities, cooperation and peace, climate resilience among vulnerable communities, reduced incidences of communicable diseases, the protection of fragile ecosystems, as well as the reduction in migration and the displacement of communities.
Leveraged towards climate resilient water and sanitation investments
People benefit from resilient water investments and economic opportunities
Indirect jobs for vulnerable, poor youth and women.
Direct jobs created through climate resilient water and sustainable sanitation