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Our Project 24 World Water Day platform raises awareness of global water poverty in the Asia-Pacific region and Latin America by providing a turnkey program for our Donor Partners to take action by providing rural communities and schools much needed access to clean, safe drinking water.
Our platform focuses on sponsoring and erecting AquaTower systems in schools and changing hygiene behaviors through our Water-Health and Hygiene Education Program. By embracing our interventions that target primary schools located in impoverished communities, your organizational stakeholders will experience and communicate the immediate and lasting impact your partnership will provide in taking one more important step in help us achieve our mission to end global water poverty. Please contact us for 2021 early release details.
JOIN US AND SHARE THE COMMITMENT TO ENDING GLOBAL WATER POVERTY!
One in 10 people lacks access to an improved drinking source
25% of people globally use a drinking water source with fecal contamination
50% of hospital beds on earth are occupied by people with easily preventable waterborne diseases
1,000 children die every day from easily preventable water-related illnesses
As a result of a longitudinal health impact study by a leading medical university, our AquaTower solution and child-friendly, activity-based Water-Health and Hygiene Education programs have been found to reduce diarrhea incidences by 80% and increase attendance in school.
With math grades used as a proxy for academic performance, 58% of school students achieved a grade ‘A’ versus 37% for students not participating in Planet Water’s program.
A monthly, recurring donation is your commitment to support Planet Water Foundation in helping us bring clean, safe water to people in need on a continual basis.
Your donation will support or work in bringing clean, safe water to people in need.
Help us on our mission to alleviate waterborne disease, illness and death through providing clean drinking water access and hygiene education in the world’s most impoverished countries.