We make water clean.
We make water clean.
Steven is the author of the sustainable travel blog Funkloch. At some point, he thought that he should only realize projects if they help the world to become a better place. Since then, he raised donations for a tiger baby, supported a national bee project and built a well in Uganda.
Thilo studied communication and political science at the Free University of Berlin. Today, he works for a communications consultancy. As a co-founder, he has been with WeWater since day one and is responsible for media and public relations, among other things.
Ulrich has been working in the water treatment industry since 1992. In recent years, he built sewage treatment plants for companies, cruise liners and municipalities. His latest innovation is a durable filtration system with a high retention rate that cleans water without the use of energy.
Hannes has a degree in law and has been involved in various projects for years. Among other things, he initiated a national recycling project in Ghana. He worked with Technik ohne Grenzen e.V. and supported the construction of a well in Uganda. At WeWater, he assumes responsibility as Managing Director, among other things.
Josi completed her Master of Science in Industrial Engineering with a focus on energy and environmental resources in Berlin, previously worked for Technik ohne Grenzen e.V. (TeoG) in the Leipzig regional group, and has been supporting WeWater since 2019. In addition to project coordination in Kenya and Uganda, she works together with Ulrich on the continuous optimisation of our AQQAcube.
Tomkin Odhiambo Odo
Tomkin spent two years working in Sierra Leone as a water management consultant. He is currently working in the Kenyan State Department of Water as a Water Conservation Officer. He is our contact for project site acquisition and implementation in Western Kenya.
Social Media Manager
Mina works as an editor in the communications industry and studied African Studies in Berlin. At WeWater, she supports us with communication on the blog and on Instagram. She also contributes important experiences from her studies. Among other things, she speaks Swahili.
Elizabeth Akinyi Diego
Elizabeth works for the Kenyan government in water management, attends international conferences on water issues, and writes for community management journals. Her native language is Luo, which is spoken in the Lake Victoria region. However, she herself lives in international Nairobi. At WeWater, she helps us with import and clearing in Kenya. She also seeks out communities in need of water filters.
Christoph is a self-employed full-stack web developer. His vision is to combine his technical know-how with meaningful and sustainable projects to create great things. One of these projects is WeWater, where he is responsible for UX design, architecture and implementation of the website.
Anne has brought child soldiers home, defrosted mammoths with a hairdryer and met a king who wanted to save his country for tea in his garden. Today, as a communications strategist, she advises companies that want to take responsibility for society's most pressing challenges. And WeWater. A movement starts with people who believe in something.
Johannes studied civil engineering in Constance and has been working as a project manager in the building industry for some time. He discovered and joined WeWater in 2021 while searching for a way to actively contribute to a charitable organisation. Johannes' role at WeWater is project planning and implementation..
Joan Vidal Casas
Joan is studying Technical Environmental Protection in his Masters, where his focus is on wastewater treatment, water pollution control and other water-related topics. His technical know-how of industrial water treatment aides him with project planning and implementation at WeWater.