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Water.org is challenging the traditional approach to assisting people in developing countries. Our goals are to draw attention to the world’s number one health problem, unsafe and inadequate water supplies, and to raise funds to help fight this immense problem – one community at a time.
According to Yehansu and Hiwot, construction of the community’s hand-dug well has enabled their children to go to school in a timely manner. Because their children often used to help collect water, they were not able to attend school on time, usually missing two classes every day. But now, thanks to the new well, this is no longer the case.
With more than 60 active partners globally, Water.org takes an individualistic approach with each partnership design and implementation. No two partner organizations are exactly the same and their water and sanitation lending initiatives reflect this.
The Water.org Philippines team is piloting a new project called WaterConnect to connect families living in the bottom of the economic pyramid (BOP) with easy access to improved and safe drinking water.
Partners in the Philippines celebrate World Water Day with us.
Before PDAM Batang provided piped water to the residents of Mount Tumpeng, Malekah, Sumiyati, and Sungkono used to plan their days around collecting water.
Marketing is one the most important activities conducted by organizations to help communicate the availability of a product, including its details and benefits.
With Toilet Credit, Hayati’s House Now Becomes the Favorite Holiday Place for Her Grandchildren and In Laws
Water.org takes part in ASKI’s 30th Anniversary Celebration with a Theme of Protecting the Poor, Building a Resilient Community