90% of our staff
is in the field, native to the communities they serve.
We partner with rural and underserved communities, where there are high incidences of waterborne diseases and a scarcity of aid.
We work closely with community members, engaging them in the process, developing goals and implementation strategies together, and involving them every step of the way. Through this collaboration, communities acquire the tools and knowledge to own their water projects.
We serve entire communities, rather than just individual homes.
Families work together, supporting one another.
How Are Communities Selected?
- Interest expressed by community members;
- Acceptance of ownership by the community;
- Source of water and type of distribution system.
- Health issues existing in the community.
Each Family Commits To:
- Making a manageable financial investment, strengthening their personal commitment;
- Participating in safe water, sanitation, and hygiene education training;
- Sharing in the implementation and follow-up, to ensure successful use of the tools and practices.