Community Water Systems: A Community Lifeline
A community water system isn't just a source of clean water; it's a lifeline. By contributing to one, you're ensuring that hundreds in rural and drought-affected regions have consistent access to this essential resource.
How Community Water Systems Work
Water, sourced from nearby lakes or boreholes, is pumped into a storage tank. In certain regions, extensive digging and piping are undertaken to ensure the seamless distribution of this clean water to beneficiaries. Designed for longevity, community water systems typically serve communities for an impressive 15-20 years.
MAA's Selection and Reporting
In response to on-ground needs and situational availability, MAA takes the responsibility of selecting the most impactful location for your community water system. Currently, MAA builds Community Water Systems in Indonesia, and Pakistan.
Once operational, our dedication to transparency is evident in a comprehensive report detailing the exact location, number of beneficiaries, photographs, and more. Additionally, you have the unique opportunity to personalise a plaque that's attached to the well, making your contribution even more memorable.
Take a 360 degree look at how our Community Water System is built.