Revolve Water is a non-profit organization that transfers knowledge and communication skills to young professionals to better transmit the value of water. Knowledge leadership also includes research, publications, stakeholder events, and advancing investment and funding opportunities.
Revolve Water leads training and knowledge transfer programs for young professionals (20-35 years old) in media, research, and policy-making to enhance their knowledge of water and energy issues in different sectors in order to help build capacity in their professional careers.
Revolve publishes reports on water-energy issues and provides additional content development (data visualization, interviews, in-depth features, photo essays, videos) as well as content placement in other media outlets as part of the overall digital communication services to increase outreach and dissemination impact.
Revolve co-organizes with its partners the inspiring AMWAJ (“Waves” in Arabic) forum on environmental sustainability and social entrepreneurship with a focus on opening investment opportunities for young professionals to advance innovative solutions for society in an increasingly digital and connected world.
Based in Brussels, Revolve Water identifies funding opportunities (via European Union mechanisms and other influential funding channels) as well as provides updated information about investments and new opportunities in the Euro-Mediterranean and Middle East regions for members to be aware and to become more involved.
As a non-profit bringing water and energy solutions into cities and connecting citizens and networks around the Euro-Mediterranean with communication tools and services, Revolve Water began its journey in early 2016 with a successful special report and first AMWAJ forum in Amman. We are growing steadily with plans to open offices in Barcelona, Tunis and Beirut by 2020.