663 million people – 1 in 10 – lack access to safe water.

More than 28 million people do not have access to proper sanitation in Kenya. However if given the opportunity, families can make an affordable investment in a solution like this; unlocking the potential for dignity, health and economic growth

Did You Know?

Here are some quick facts about Africa water crisis.

Improving sanitation and hygiene practices can make schooling and education a better experience for children; especially girls. When children learn these new habits, they take it home and teach their families.

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WOMEN AND CHILDREN

  • In Africa, women and children walk an average of 3.7 miles a day just to collect water.

 

  • Women and children bear the primary responsibility for water collection.

 

  • Women and girls often spend up to 6 hours each day collecting water.

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WATER BORN DISEASE

  • Every 90 seconds a child dies from a water-related disease.

 

  • Diarrhea is the 3rd leading cause of child death a majority of which are water-related.

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ECONOMIC IMPACT

  • Every $1 invested in water and sanitation provides a $4 economic return.

 

  • $260 billion is lost globally each year due to lack of safe water and sanitation.

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Our mission is to eradicate the waterborne disease crisis, save lives, love people and reveal Christ.

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