CLEAN Water & Sanitation
Since 2004, we’ve been committed to drilling clean water wells, launching market-driven water solutions, and providing necessary sanitation facilities in some the world’s most vulnerable communities.
It is why we challenge ourselves to innovate and constantly improve the quality of our approach to serve hundreds of thousands of people across Sierra Leone, Liberia, Mozambique, and Cambodia. Today, people are living healthier, more productive lives because of access to clean water.
What we’re doing about it
We are responding to the need for clean water & sanitation.
Clean Water Wells
Using local engineering teams, we drill water wells in communities, schools, hospitals, and other public institutions that lack a clean and sustainable water source. Local leaders are trained to maintain the water source long after the drilling is done.
Developed in partnership with GivePower and West Indies Self Help (WISH) to address the lack of clean water access on La Gonâve, Haiti, this center provides a 3-part solution that uses clean energy, draws upon local resources, and will self-sustain—all while presenting locals with opportunities for entrepreneurship. When fully functional, the center will produce 20,000 gallons per day of both tap and bottled water for the local community and businesses like the hospital.
Solar-Powered Piped Water Supplies
We construct solar-powered water systems for health clinics, providing access to the water needed to properly clean and disinfect facilities. These include a water well, solar panels to generate power for an electric pump, and a tower to store the pumped water—creating the ability to run water piped into a building.
Access to clean toilets and sanitation facilities play a critical role in preventing the spread of disease. We support the construction of sanitation facilities at schools, households and medical clinics using local materials and community leaders who are trained to maintain them.
In 2017, we celebrated our clean water & sanitation impact.
involved in the construction of new piped water facility in Cambodia.
at health clinics, where pipes were constructed to support piped water to sinks, showers, and toilets.
across Liberia, Sierra Leone, Mozambique, and Cambodia—benefitting over 132,000 people.
AN ORGANIZATION YOU CAN TRUST.
Spending of World Hope International (Canada) funds is confined to Board approved projects. Funds designated towards a project are used as designated, with the understanding that when the need for that project has been met or cannot be completed for reasons determined by the Board, the remaining funds designated will be used where needed most.