Have a look at our poster at the UNSW Well Being Research Showcase program. The diagram shows two basic processes: a physical and a social one. The physical process relates to technological and ecological assets; the social process to human and organisational assets. The processes run in parallel, and both roughly follow the three phases of surveying, organising and facilitating. The first phase leads to the selection of a village. In the second phase, AMRF assists the community with investments in new assets, such as a water option, a maintenance committee, knowledge, skills, and so on. In the third phase, AMRF’s direct involvement is reduced, as it begins to support activities leading to the sustainability of the water and health systems. The diagram represents work-in-progress, and will be elaborated as new findings emerge from practice.