The intricate nature of managing water - from procuring, purifying, supplying, distributing, collecting and treating waste water, safe disposal of used water, and managing storm water- involve numerous stakeholders having different requirements, restrictions,exposure, and support, which leads to silo style work.
There exists a huge gap in knowledge and resource sharing that the size and multitude of water issues that we are faced today calls out to break these silos and collaborate at all levels. It is crucial to build support networks by aligning with water entrepreneurs,water clusters, associations, utilities, policy makers, environmentalists, and organizations to share innovative solutions, programs, networks, and resources under the Water First Movement.