In collaboration with The Weather Channel Forecast: Change campaign to raise awareness about the issue of global clean water scarcity, IBM has joined forces with charity: water to help provide and protect clean water for those in need. Visitors to weather.com and users of The Weather Channel app can unlock clean water for people in Niger and Cambodia just by checking their forecast.
The Weather Channel has joined the mission to bring clean and safe drinking water to people in developing countries. Together with charity: water, we can bring clean water to over 16,000 people in Niger and Cambodia. And we’re just getting started.
It's life's basic need and 703 million people in the world live without it. Learn more about how clean water affects every aspect of life.Learn more
100% of donations to IBM + The Weather Channel's campaigns go to direct water project costs since private donors cover our operating costs.Learn more
We track every dollar IBM + The Weather Channel raises, showing you the water projects they helped fund and the lives they've changed.See projects
For people in developing countries, access to clean water can improve health, help kids go to school, and give women more time to care for their families and earn an income. At charity: water, we work with local experts and community members to find the best sustainable solution in each place where we work. And with every water point we fund, our partners coordinate sanitation and hygiene training, and establish a local Water Committee to help keep water flowing for years to come.