RAIN is an international, flexible,

    transparent and innovative organisation.

    We have built up sound knowledge of

    rainwater harvesting techniques.

    Robert Meerman, Senior Programme Officer

    I like to work with people who are creative,

    inspiring and bring in new ideas and visions.

    We make this possible, as it’s a small 

    and flexible organisation.

    Niels Lenderink, Responsable de programme

    Everywhere it rains, we can create water points.

    Abdourahmane Ousmane,

    Secrétaire Exécutif at Association VDS.

    Burkina Faso

    Rainwater for food security. Become part of it.

    We set an enabling environment for rainwater harvesting, in order to increase food security.

RAIN Tools
RWH is gaining more and more recognition as a sustainable alternative to other water supply options. It is economically viable, socially compatible and environmentally friendly.

WASH Guide
WASH interventions always have an effect on the ecosystem or landscape and vice versa.

GIS Tool
RWH has proven to be an effective and sustainable solution to overcome or reduce water shortages all over the world. To apply RWH in a sustainable and effective way, it is important to understand exactly where RWH can be applied to make full use of its potential.

RAIN partners around the world

We focus on regions where people and ecosystems are most vulnerable, using low-cost and simple technologies, adapted to local conditions. Our countries of operation are:

Currently, we are exploring the rainwater harvesting potential in Central America, Indonesia and the Andean region.

Sufficient and safe water should be available to everyone
How do we make that happen? We offer 3 key Rainwater harvesting services:
RAIN Implementation RAIN Intelligence RAIN Advice
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By: Rain editor | December 8th, 2017
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By: Rain editor | December 5th, 2017
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We will moderate a Roundtable Session during the International Water Week in Amsterdam
By: Rain editor | October 27th, 2017
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“We Are Now the CMO – What Next?” Developing Strong Working Procedures for Catchment Management Organizations in Uganda
By: RAIN editor | September 8th, 2017
In several catchments across the country, Catchment Management Organization (CMOs) had already been ...
Update SPONGE City Kajiado program
By: RAIN editor | August 11th, 2017
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Rain for Sale in Rwanda!
By: RAIN editor | August 1st, 2017
Based on a successful pilot in Uganda, we have launched a new and innovative concept in Rwanda durin...
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'Rainwater4Sale' – Testing and Validating a Business Case for #Rainwater #Harvesting for Sale, #Uganda bit.ly/2nGC1dH
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Catchment Management Planning in Lokok and Lokere, Karamoja & Teso regions, North Eastern Uganda bit.ly/2nvLofR
"We never know the worth of water, till the well is dry": Dutch Prime minister about the importance of water pricing weforum.org/agenda/2017/01… Retweeted by RAINfoundation
The Surprising Truth about Fire in African Dryland Landscapes blogs.worldbank.org/africacan/the-… via @WorldBank @Aidenvironment @rainfoundation Retweeted by RAINfoundation
Better Decision-Making about Large Dams with a View to Sustainable Development bit.ly/2j7Ja1i
Excited: flying to Bangladesh for workshop on enhancing fresh water availability @WASHalliance #BWA @rainfoundation #WASH @rainwater4food Retweeted by RAINfoundation
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