3,086,400,000
Liters Provided
3,088,800,000
Liters Provided

WATERisLIFE STANDS WITH WASH.

When it comes to the resolving the World Water Crisis there’s one elite approach: WASH. Implemented by UNICEF, the term WASH stands for a set of three interrelated initiatives: 

  • Water: Helping communities source accessible and safe drinking water.
  • Sanitation: Working with human waste processes and basic access to proper toilets. Sanitation ensures an end to “open defecation” and harmful contact between people and waste.
  • Hygiene: In order to prevent the spread of disease, hygiene teaches basic but necessary self-care education like hand-washing.

The most important tenet of WASH is that you can’t have one component without the other two. For example, if there aren’t proper toilets and waste procedures (Sanitation), there’s a good chance public water sources (Water) will be contaminated. In order for a community to solve their water crisis, Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene must be equally present. 

WATERisLIFE uses WASH as a foundation for each of our projects. Check out what we’re doing to tackle Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene. 

 

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The SunSpring

We have partnered with Innovative H2o to implement SunSpring systems around the world.


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WATERisLIFE new Clean Sip Straw Filters

This filter is a portable water purifier, which can be used in any water source to provide clean and safe drinking water.


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Bucket Filter Systems

This is the simplest form of water filtration and can filter waterborne bacteria out of 5,000 gallons of water.


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The Drinkable Book

This book provides water, sanitation, and hygiene education, and each page is a water filter.


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Drilling

WATERisLIFE uses varying type of drill rigs, depending on the area’s geology and accessibility:


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Pumps

At this stage, many areas of the developing world rely on a hand pump as the main water supply.


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Excavation & Protection

WATERisLIFE provides point-of-use filters to households to cleanse the water sourced from dugouts.


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