Water for Life Initiative
According to the World Health Organization, 1 in 10 individuals suffer
physically and emotionally from unsafe water sources.
But it doesn’t have to be this way!
Often, just 80 meters below their feet are aquifers of disease-free water. By providing one deep-water well, we can help break the cycle of poverty and death caused by contaminated water.
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We know that we need to address gender in order to realize the full spectrum of human rights.
Water scarcity disproportionately affects women and girls in a variety of ways, so we recognize and value the effect and role that gender plays in our Water for Life Initiative program.
There is no denying that climate change and water are linked. Change in climate causes extreme weather conditions, which results in an increase in water scarcity and water pollution.
We created a new ebook that will address why it is important to consider climate change when it comes to water and development, and how we're already seeing the negative effects of climate change in the field.
Once a deep-capped well is provided, villages can get involved with additional opportunities that continue to enhance and improve their community.