Boiling down the Water Crisis


One in ten people does not have access to clean, safe drinking water.


More people die from lack of water and sanitation each year than are killed by all forms of violence, including war.


4,000 children die every day from water related diseases.


Despite the dangers, women and children usually bear the responsibility of collecting water for the family. Many are required to walk up to six hours a day to collect and carry it.


Without access to latrines or water for washing, many girls drop out of school when they reach puberty.

When clean water comes

to a community…

3.5 million deaths can be prevented each year.
Class attendance increases, particularly amongst girls.
Women can use the time to pursue other economic opportunities like earning extra income or completing their education.

Dignity is Restored.


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