Developing solutions for far-reaching impact.
Much of our work offers decision-making and learning utility beyond a single project. Athena Infonomics regularly partners with organizations to develop digital tools and platforms that can provide context-specific solutions for governments, utilities, public- and private-sector actors, and many more.
The EquiServe Tool
With support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Athena Infonomics developed the EquiServe tool in partnership with Aguaconsult and the Eastern and Southern African Water and Sanitation Regulators Association (ESAWAS). This tool aims to help decision-makers compare and understand the outcomes of different sanitation interventions and investments. Through this web-based tool, decision-makers can consider factors that might affect service delivery, ensuring they can mobilize and pool resources towards equitable sanitation solutions.

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to learn more about the EquiServe tool.
The Citywide Inclusive Sanitation Monitoring, Learning, and Evidence (CWIS-MLE) Platform
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Citywide Inclusive Sanitation (CWIS) initiative provides direct support to eight cities across Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia that are redesigning their urban sanitation service systems with a CWIS approach, with the aim of advancing safe, equitable, and sustained services across each city. As part of this initiative, Athena Infonomics developed a Monitoring, Learning, and Evidence (CWIS-MLE) program to share progress in these eight cities, and to capture and communicate good practices, insights, and tools from the cities to facilitate a “learning and sharing while doing” approach among cities and for the sector. A web-based platform was created to showcase results from the program and serve as a resource center for cities interested in learning about different intervention pathways attempted by these cities.

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The Fecal Sludge Management (FSM) Toolbox
Working closely with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Athena Infonomics developed a powerful geo-spatial data collection, assessment, and visualization toolbox that allows users to estimate sample sizes of fecal sludge management projects, collect geo-tagged data, track survey progress, and geo-spatially visualize outcomes.

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The projects featured above are just a small sampling of the multi-faceted work that Athena Infonomics has managed around the world.