The Global Water Crisis has left millions of people vulnerable to thirst, food scarcity, health and sanitation risks, and deadly waterborne diseases.
Kingdom Workers who support the Clean Water mission are combating the grave impacts of global thirst by connecting children, families, and entire communities to clean, safe drinking water and sustainable water solutions that save lives today and safeguard the future.
The average person can only live for 3 days without water.
Over 785 million people are living without safe drinking water.
Without clean water, young lives are at risk of being lost every 20 seconds.
Children are forced to miss school, spending up to 8 hours walking to fetch water each day.
Women and children are often tasked with collecting water for entire communities.
For many, finding water means walking an average of 3.75 miles a day.
Training and collaboration with local community members to build storage tanks connected to freshwater springs and sanitation units.
Education and training that empowers community leaders to improve basic health and living conditions and saves lives by reducing water-related illness and disease.
Solutions that address the greatest needs of vulnerable communities by building safe, local drinking water access stations and sanitary bathrooms.
Before Kingdom Workers arrived at Ari's village, there was no easy access to clean water. But by working together, we were able to create a sustainable, easy-to-access water solution for Ari and his community.