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The Problem

Access to clean water remains a challenge in low-income regions and underdeveloped communities. An estimated 1.8 billion people (25% of the world's population) are without access to adequate sanitation.

785 million

1000 children

die due to preventable water and sanitation-related diarrheal diseases each day

people without access to safe water

2.5 billion

people worldwide lack access to basic sanitation services

The Solution

200 million​​

with USD 5

Our goal is to drive access to clean water with data. We do this by creating a digital roadmap and together with government agencies, international organizations and the private sector we are striving to provide safe sustainable water and improved sewage treatment facilities.

hours spent a day collectively by women and girls worldwide to fetch water while running the risk of rape

you can save a family of 5 from dying from water related diseases

Supporting Sustainable Development Goal 6

Safe Water Closer

Sanitation for Women and Girls

Wastewater Treament

Our project seeks to promote the achievement of  universal and equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water for all in communities where access to clean water is a luxury. 
Through construction of improved sanitation facilities we are helping to reduce health risks to women and girls in developing countries who do not have access to basic toilets and are forced to practice open defecation opening them up to acts of sexual violence.
Our ocean and beach clean up projects contribute towards improving water quality. We work with volunteers and youth around the world to reduce plastic pollution. We also assist with design of wastewater treatment plants to encourage recycling and safe resuse of water. 

Sustainable Water  Supply

Global Partnerships

Community Ownership

Our project carries out needs assessment in regions experiencing fresh water scarcity to design sustainable water distribution systems. This is done in consultation with local governments and like-minded NGOs. 
The global reach of the project through the data4WASH platform encourages transfer of best practices at a community level. The platform also provides an avenue to increase funding towards WASH activities in developing countries.
Through capacity building communities learn best WASH practices that they can translate into their day-to-day lives, as well as how to hold their governments accountable to provide basic water and sanitation facilities.
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Our Partners

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