Too many lives are lost due to unsafe water, too much time wasted by women and children walking for water and too much of the developing world’s modest income spent on sourcing water.
Without access to sustainable sources of water, it’s impossible to grow healthy food and cycles of poverty continue.
Together we can change this and ensure communities have the life essentials they need to thrive.
Every human deserves access to clean water,
healthy food and educational opportunities.
It starts with clean water
We provide a stable water source and establish sustainable, income-generating farming projects for communities in East Africa.Learn about our approach ->
Once a community is water-independent and has farming surpluses to fund educational opportunities, children and adults can realize their potential and create a legacy of positive, intergenerational change.Learn about our solution ->
Our programs are uniquely designed to directly meet the needs of women and girls, build capacity at the leadership level, and create income-generating opportunities to increase economic access.Learn about our impact ->
When you invest in our work,
you are providing long-term solutions
1 water project can benefit 1,000+ people
1 greenhouse can generate over $200 USD in surplus sales per harvest
Every $1 invested in our work can yield $4-12 in economic returns
40% of income generated from our programs is required to be reinvested into education
Clean Water and Food Change Everything
Clean water is the first line of defense - it prevents water-borne diseases and improves health and hygiene. Water also sustains livestock and crops, allowing entire communities to have stable livelihoods and food sources.
Clean water helps keep children in school, especially young girls who are often responsible for collecting water. More time spent in the classroom means a brighter future for boys and girls.
Access to clean water and climate-smart agriculture help protect livelihoods and communities from the impacts of climate change and environmental shocks and degradation. Sustainable agriculture, like our greenhouses, also conserves water and natural resources.
Savings and surplus from water and farming sales translate to income generation. These added revenue streams give communities flexibility in their budget and allow them to cover school fees, school supplies and other basic needs.
Access to a reliable water source alleviates multiple burdens for women and girls, giving women time to stay in school, pursue income-generating activities, and increase overall health and wellness.
Water and sustainable agriculture provide a platform for our WASH and Agribusiness training. These programs provide future generations with new skills and expertise, allowing communities to establish income-generating opportunities.