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Project 24 2021 

Awareness and Action to Bring an End to Water Poverty

We created Project 24 in 2015 to serve as a platform - where a collection of leading global brands and citizens could unite on World Water Day to raise awareness of the global water crisis - mobilizing to deliver clean, safe water and lifesaving water-health and hygiene education in 24 hours.

Perhaps more than we originally could have anticipated, our original vision has grown through the support and active engagement of our Partners to become even bigger.

In 2021, Planet Water Foundation and our partners will be providing life-changing solutions to 50,000 beneficiaries across 24 communities in seven countries across the Asia-Pacific region and Latin America during the week of World Water Day.


 

JOIN US AND SHARE THE COMMITMENT TO ENDING GLOBAL WATER POVERTY!

Our 2021 platform will focus on the sponsoring and erecting of AquaTower systems in schools, bringing sanitation capabilities with the provision of the AquaSan system, and changing hygiene behaviors through our Water-Health and Hygiene Education Program.

By embracing our interventions that target primary schools located in impoverished communities, you can help drive immediate and lasting impact in taking one more important step in help us achieve our mission to end global water poverty.

For more details on how you can be a part of Project 24, please contact us at info@planet-water.org

Why Project 24?

 
                           

Your decision to join us on the mission to end the needless cycle
of water poverty makes an immediate and long term impact on
children and their community.

                       

You Can Provide Clean Water for a Community in Just One Day!

  • ONE
  • AQUATOWER
  • SUPPORTS
  • 1,800
  • PEOPLE

Hygiene Education
for Children

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.

DONATE NOW

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.