SOLUTION

By providing schools with the ability to harvest rain on sight, students no longer need to forfeit their learning time in search of water. Every additional year of school a child receives will raise his/hers earning potential by 10%.

 

 

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SOLUTION

By providing children access to clean water at home and at school, we have seen a drastic decrease in water borne diseases. After just 6 months, we saw a 45% improvement in children’s general health and a 96% improvement by the end of the first year.

 

 

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SOLUTION

On average, women walk 4 to 6 hours a day for water. By providing access to clean water at home, women are given back the gift of time. They are now creating sewing cooperatives, increasing their food production and selling the excess at markets and in some cases continuing their education. Their creativity blossoms and inspires new ways to abundantly take care of their families.

 

 

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SOLUTION

Through our Sustainable Agriculture curriculum, communities learn how to receive the rain in the most effective way possible- supporting soil moisture regeneration and reforestation. Once that is accomplished, rains can regulate and food crops become more abundant.

 

 

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SOLUTION

For every additional year girls receive an education, child mortality rates drop 18 per 1,000 births. Getting access to clean water at home, girls and women no longer need to walk for water, freeing them to pursue their dreams.

 

 

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SOLUTION

By eliminating the need to walk for water all together, we also eliminate the ease of access these perpetrators have to women and children, reducing the number of people infected with HIV by rape.

 

 

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EDUCATION

443 million school days are missed each year by children suffering from water related illnesses. More class time is lost each day when students are forced to search for water for the schools sanitation and drinking water needs.

 

 

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HEALTH

50% of all hospital beds around the world are filled with someone with a waterborne illness.

 

 

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POVERTY

We can only survive 3 days without water. So searching for water takes priority over everything, including income generation activities. Lack of access to clean water perpetuates poverty.

 

 

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HUNGER

When we don’t manage our water, our food security is at risk. There are over a billion people in the world effected by hunger due to water scarcity.

 

 

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GENDER INEQUALITY

Girls are often denied an education beyond the 2nd grade because students are required to be in school full time instead of only half the day. Families often have to choose between losing their water walkers or educating their daughters.

 

A girl’s education rarely wins.

 

 

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HIV/AIDS

There is a terrible misconception in the developing world that if you have a physical relationship with a virgin, you can cure yourself of AIDS. Ground water resources are in remote areas, giving predators easy access to women and children as they collect water. In 2016 alone, there were 55,000 newly reported cases of HIV.

 

 

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A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY

It only costs $15 to bring a child clean water and food security for the rest of their life and the life of their future offspring. 100% of public donation goes directly to projects.
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