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Using Project Management Skills to Provide Safe Water to Villages in Niger

Access to resource related to solving global problems added to PMWL

1 April 2020 – Dallas, TX, USA – Access to a new resource related to project management for solving global problems added to the PM World Library (PMWL).  The resource titled “Using Project Management Skills to Provide Safe Water to Villages in Niger” is a personal story authored by Ida Harding and published in the March 2020 edition of the PM World Journal.

According to the author’s introduction, “This article relates the story of a nonprofit founded to provide Niger, West Africa, with the most basic of all needs – uncontaminated water.  Written from the perspective of a humanitarian Project Management Professional, it tells a story in which inspiration and professional skills led to the creation of a volunteer-run nonprofit organization which has improved the lives of over 600,000 people.  The article will detail how the organization developed.  It also discusses the personal benefits that come with volunteering….”

Ida Harding, PMP is a long active PMI leader and former president of the PMI Los Angeles chapter in the United States.

To read this article, visit the Solving Global Problems section of the PMWL at, scroll down and click on “Access to Clean Water”, scroll down to articles and personal stories. Access is free, but please consider registering.