Featured Projects

Cambodia

As a nation that has endured one of the most horrific genocides in recent history, Cambodia is a land rich with hope & promise.  Climbing out of despair brought by the Khmer Rouge in the mid 1970's, this resilient nation is energetically pressing forward to a brighter tomorrow. 

Uganda

A greater problem than war in this region is the lack of safe drinking water. Unsafe water & sanitation kill more people every year than all forms of violence, including war. Children are especially vulnerable, as their bodies aren't strong enough to fight diarrhea, dysentery and other illnesses.

Kosovo

A unique blend of European, Islamic and Mediterranean cultures, the recently formed nation of Kosovo has rich natural and human resources. Sadly, most of the 2 million people still do not have access to safe water, waste water treatment or refuse removal.

Rwanda

The focus of our work in Rwanda centers on helping provide sustainable water solutions for schools and health clinics.  More than 80% of Rwandans live rurally with the majority of schools and health clinics operating without access to adequate water, sanitation, or hygiene.

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Past Projects

Brazil

Water Technology

One of our approaches to helping communities in need of safe drinking water is to provide them with the information and training that will help them to help themselves.

Indonesia

Fresh water delivery system

Access to fresh water is transforming the Tabanan region of Bali, Indonesia. Working alongside a local agency, we were part of an exciting project...

Helping people to develop safe and sustainable water sources for their communities

Water For Life's mission is to help communities in need develop safe and sustainable water sources. By combining formal instruction with hands-on training we teach people how to construct and maintain their own local water resources. Our focus is not simply to provide safe drinking to those in need-our goal is to help people gain the knowledge and experience they need to help themselves and their communities.

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Did You Know?

You could live for a month without food, but you would be dead after a week without water!