Serious health issues harm millions as a result of insufficient water availability, with nearly 80% of illnesses in developing countries linked to poor water and sanitation. It is estimated that 1 in 6 people today do not have adequate access to water and over 1 in 3 lack basic sanitation.
Sustainable access to safe drinking water and adequate sanitation is both a human right and central component of the Millennium Development Goals. Currently, this right is being denied to many of the world’s poorest people.
Help people achieve this right of theirs by helping us build capacity at the local level. We will provide them the infrastructure like water wells, develop local awareness on hygience and water security, and monitor the water quality.