Every human being deserves access to basic neccesities.
No human being should die from dirty water.
100% of deaths due to water related issues are preventable, and it is our goal to see a world where dirty water will no longer be an issue.
It is a health crisis
785 million people in the world still don't have access to clean water.
About 1 million people die each year due to a lack of access to clean water.
Some of the top diseases caused by dirty water include cholera, diarrhea, typhoid, and polio.
Every two minutes a child dies due to a water related illness.
Many illnesses in developing countries could be resolved with clean water.
It is a Lifestyle crisis
The lack of clean water traps families and children into an endless cycle of poverty.
When a child is ill or has to spend time fetching water, they are unable to attend school, therefore unable to receive an education.
Women are usually the ones fetching water, putting them at risk or in danger.