Water Projects

Safe, sustainable water is an essential part of life on Earth. We want to live in a world where clean water and sanitation facilities are available for all

Water Projects

Safe, sustainable water is an essential part of life on Earth. We want to live in a world where clean water and sanitation facilities are available for all

In Uganda

0
million

don't have access to clean water

0
million

don't have a decent toilet

0
children a day

die from water-borne diseases

What is water inequality?

A lack of access to water, sanitation and hygiene due to certain characteristics: geographic inequalities (rural vs urban), group inequalities (ethnicity or religion), individual inequalities (gender, age or disability), or a combination of the above.

Drinking unclean water increases the chance of water-bourne diseases and ill-health. Communities without access to clean water typically also lack access to basic needs such as substantial living standards, healthcare and education. This creates a cycle in which individuals find themselves trapped. Individuals living in rural areas are increasingly impacted by this water crisis.

Our work combats plastic pollution and water inequality

Our work combats plastic pollution and water inequality

Projects

Projects

Eco Brick Tanks

We support the construction of safe, sustainable water tanks using “ecobricks” – waste plastic bottles filled with sand. We work with local partners the Ichupa Upcycle Project, the leading organization constructing rainwater harvesting tanks in Uganda.

These 10,000 litre tanks support entire villages for 20 years

They are made using Ugandan know-how and support the local economy

We raise awareness about plastic waste which is usually burnt

Eco Brick Tanks

We support the construction of safe, sustainable water tanks using “ecobricks” – waste plastic bottles filled with sand. We work with local partners the Ichupa Upcycle Project, the leading organization constructing rainwater harvesting tanks in Uganda.

These 10,000 litre tanks support entire villages for 20 years

They are made using Ugandan know-how and support the local economy

We raise awareness about plastic waste which is usually burnt

Equal Aqua Filters

We support schools, youth groups and community centres by providing water filters and Purifaayas

Over half of Ugandans drink untreated water

Our filters last 2-3 years with zero maintenance

And remove 99.9% of bacteria

Equal Aqua Filters

We support schools, youth groups and community centres by providing water filters and Purifaayas

Over half of Ugandans drink untreated water

Our filters last 2-3 years with zero maintenance

And remove 99.9% of bacteria

Help us eradicate water inequality

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