Fixing Water Systems In East Africa Before Problems Get Out Of Hand

When we last met Sarah Evans and Kathryn Bergmann, they were in the early days of running their startup, Well Beyond, which has an app that aims to help communities in rural East Africa monitor systems, diagnose problems and fix them before they get out of hand. They’d officially launched their company about a year and a half earlier, in Jan. 2020, but their plans had taken a slight detour for a while, thanks to the pandemic.

More recently, they’ve been using the app in 75 communities primarily in rural Kenya and Tanzania and are developing software to help NGOs efficiently adopt the technology. “We’ve identified many issues

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