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World Water Relief implements safe water and hygiene projects in schools in underserved populations based on the principles of WASH (Water, Sanitation, Hygiene)

Like air, most of us take the availability of clean water for granted. However, for millions of others, clean water is a luxury not yet experienced. Clean water is inaccessible for far too many people.

1.1 billion people in the world do not have access to safe drinking water, roughly one-sixth of the world’s population

- Source: WHO

One-third of the world’s population, 2.3 billion people, live with water deficits of 50% or more

- Source: WHO

50% of people on earth lack adequate sanitation

- Source: WHO

Global water demand is estimated to grow 40% above current supply

- Source: The 2030 Resource Group

WWR on CBS News

In November 2013, WWR hosted the CBS Evening News team as they reported on student ambassador Samuel Marseille’s efforts to spread the word of clean water and hygiene to his peers in the schools of Mirebalais.
Read about Samuel’s incredible journey here!

Program Overview Video

Atlanta independent filmmaker David Bruckner generously used his considerable talent to tell the story of our work in Haiti in 2010.   Our Haitian team has been working hard to make life better in their country through the provision of potable water in schools. Watch this panoramic documentary to learn more about WWR’s work in schools!

One Town Makes A Difference

The video above is an inspiring story of how a group of committed individuals in Georgia came together to bring clean water to those in need.  The trip to Haiti took place in January 2014 and was the start of a community-wide initiative to support WWR. The story shows just how one small community can change the world.  

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