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RWIC - Rural Water Infrastructure Committee

Financial and Technical Resources

wifaWater Infrastructure Finance Authority (WIFA)

WIFA is an independent agency of the state of Arizona and is authorized to finance the construction, rehabilitation and/or improvement of drinking water, wastewater, wastewater reclamation, and other water quality facilities/projects.


GADAGreater Arizona Development Authority (GADA)

GADA mission is to assist Arizona communities and tribal governments with the development of public infrastructure projects that enhance community and economic development.


USDA Rural Development (USDA RD)

USDA RD is committed to helping improve the economy and quality of life in rural communities. Rural Development achieves its mission by helping rural individuals, communities and businesses obtain the financial and technical assistance needed to address their specific need. Rural Development works to make sure the rural citizens can participate fully in the global economy.


Rural Community Assistance Corporation (RCAC)

RCAC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting rural communities achieve their goals and visions by providing training, technical assistance and access to resources.


Border Environmental Cooperation Commission (BECC)

BECC works to preserve, protect and enhance human health and the environment of the U.S. - Mexico border region, by strengthening cooperation among interested parties and supporting sustainable projects through a transparent bi national process in close coordination with the North American Development Bank, federal, state and local agencies, the private sector, and civil society.


North American Development Bank (NADB)

NADB can provide financial assistance to public and private entities involved in developing environmental infrastructure projects in the border region. Potable water supply, wastewater treatment and municipal solid waste management form the core sectors of the Bank's activities.


Rural Water Association of Arizona (RWAA) formerly ASUA

RWAA is an organization of utilities in the State of Arizona that works to provide small and rural utilities the tools to remain sustainable in a changing regulatory and technical environment. RWAA provides training and technical assistance in the field, resulting in more confidence in the operation, maintenance and governance of a number of the state's small municipal, rural and tribal water and wastewater systems.


AZ Water Association formerly AWPCA

AZ Water Association is a nonprofit educational organization founded in 1928 with a membership of 3,200 water/wastewater professionals dedicated to preserving and enhancing Arizona's water environment.  


ITCA Tribal Water Systems (TWS) An Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. Program

The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. continues to meet a basic need of Indian communities for training and technical assistance in water and wastewater systems development and is the largest non-profit Americ Indian oragnization offering certifcation in water distribution, water treatment, wastewater collection, and small systems wastewater treatment-lagoon.



 U.S Department of the Interior/Bureau of Reclamation

The U.S Bureau of Reclamation places great empahsis on developing partnerships with local, entities, towns, cities, counties, states, Indian Tribes in order to help accomplish its mission of managing, developing, and protecting water and related resources in an environmentally and economically sound manner in the interest of the American public.
















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