Some communities were visited over the past years in the cause of humanitarian services by Clean Water International that are in desperate need of clean water. And there is no place to escape any of it. In these places, the only available water lies in old holes (Well) in the ground, dirty stream water, and faulty manual boreholes. There were also scenarios wherein women in the communities had no choice but to hoist water out by rope, one bucket at a time. And that children walk on every morning before sunrise and spend hours finding unclean water for drinking; hence, this affects their access to education in the muddy stream for the water they share with their livestock neighbors. The water they consume is dirty and unclean, and as a result, they constantly suffer from stomach pain, typhoid, and diarrhea and lose children to water-related diseases!

This is a world most of the human race does not know, and many people live in such demanding conditions to find clean and safe water. And yet, it is the reality that 663 million people worldwide lack access to clean water and an estimated 1,375 people die every day due to contaminated water! The rest of humanity got lucky.

Clean Water International: Who They Are 

Clean Water International (CWI) hopes to build a better future where children can reach their potential because they have access to essential water, sanitation, and hygiene. Providing water, sanitation, and hygiene (WaSH) education and technology solutions is what they aim for. For them, transformation happens if certain conditions need to be in place. Active communities, equality, strong leadership, focus on sustainability, and partnerships between development sectors are what it takes to secure a clean water supply. Thus, Clean Water International has solidified its Clean water and sanitation programs.  

Their Wash Programs

  For Clean Water International, they provide equal opportunities for community development, manufacturing, marketing, admin, and volunteers. To do this, they work with local leaders to design and implement the right solutions for each community. Plus, they recommend technologies best suited for a community’s needs and capacity to maintain. This is to ensure the longevity of their solutions through mindful planning and implementation. Below is their strong line-up of WaSH Programs:

Households. Point of use water filtration solutions such as biosand, ceramic, and membrane filters.

Schools. Water filtration and handwashing stations for schools. Rural schools love our Village Biosand Filter.

Handwashing. Design and construct handwashing stations for communities and schools. Covid-19 Response favorite.

Water Access. Well, and rainwater tank construction. Well & spring rehabilitation. Ram Pump installation.

Stewardship. Responsible for planning and managing resources building trusted relationships with donors, partners, communities.

Wash Education. Wash in schools UNICEF three-star guide, community water, menstrual hygiene, hygiene education, sanitation.

Eco-Friendly Toilets. Use of a biological process called composting in building toilets.

Disaster Relief. Deploying emergency water filtration, handwashing stations, and miscellaneous needs distribution.

CWI Approaches

What makes Clean Water International different from any other organization is its approaches to materialize its actions. Accordingly, CWI is community-driven, provides impactful solutions, ensures the sustainable design, and provides equal opportunity to all. They also have international partners and do co-branding. This means that they represent International Partners engaged in water, sanitation, and hygiene (WaSH) projects. Their on-the-ground expertise provides their partners with sustainable projects where their products can be co-branded with their logos. Their teams will also wear their partners’ branded shirts to use project media for their fundraising efforts. It is all about helping as many children, families, and schools as possible!

Support Clean Water International works to improve clean water sustainability, sanitation, and health opportunities in communities worldwide. Help provide clean water and save lives!

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