Bringing clean water to people looks different in each country. Water sources, terrain, and population all play a part in determining what technology is required to serve people well, but there’s a solution to everything.
Skilled laborers dig up to 15 meters by hand to reach aquifers below.
A drilling team drills deep into the earth to reach fresh aquifers.
Gutters on rooftops direct the flow of rainfall into a sanitary holding tank.
The force of gravity feeds water into a community from an elevated source.
Networks of pipes supply water to different community tap stands.
Installed treatment systems remove contaminants from existing systems.
Layers of sand and microbacterial film filter out contaminants.
A system captures and safely stores pure water from a natural spring.
Covered shelters provide safety and privacy for bathroom users.