Water Equality:

Access to clean, safe and sustainable water for all

Water Equality:

Access to clean, safe and sustainable water for all

One billion people worldwide still do not have access to safe drinking water

In Uganda over half of the population lack this basic human right

One billion people worldwide still do not have access to safe drinking water

In Uganda more than half of the population lack this basic human right

Equal Aqua works with communities in Uganda to improve water and sanitation facilities

Equal Aqua works with communities to improve water and sanitation facilities

Water Projects

with a focus on sustainability

We use fresh ideas and recycled materials to create innovative water solutions for schools and communities. We work with local partners to build rainwater harvesting tanks made from “ecobricks” – waste plastic bottles filled with sand. We work with communities to address overlapping issues of clean water, health and the environment.

Education

and community-led development

We run classes and workshops in schools, youth groups and community centres. We teach practical skills such as making reusable sanitary pads and liquid soap, and open conversations about water scarcity and climate change. We train young leaders to become water ambassadors in their communities, and set up local committees to support them.

Fetching water can take up to two hours per day for each household in rural communities

We want help solve this problem so people have time to study, work and live

Fetching water can take up to two hours per day for each household in rural communities

We want to help solve this problem so people have time to study, work and live

About Us

Equal Aqua was founded in 2020 by a group of friends from Uganda and the UK, who met as volunteers on the ICS program. Seeing firsthand the challenges with water that people in Uganda face every day, we inspired to start a grassroots organisation with new approaches.

About Us

Equal Aqua was founded in 2020 by a group of friends from Uganda and the UK, who met as volunteers on the ICS program. Seeing firsthand the challenges with water that people in Uganda face every day, we inspired to start a grassroots organisation with new approaches.

Our ability to provide equal access to water relies on your support

100% of donations go towards our projects in Uganda

Our ability to provide equal access to water relies on your support

100% of donations go towards our projects in Uganda

How you can help

Our programs help those that need it most

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