Around the world, billions of people lack access to safe water, sanitation, and hygiene. Our WASH solution improves health outcomes and saves lives.
What’s The Issue?
Water Sanitation Hygiene
Around the world, billions of people lack access to safe water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH).
According to WHO, diarrheal disease is the second leading cause of death in children under five years old, and a significant proportion of these deaths can be prevented through safe water, sanitation, and hygiene.
This fundamental problem has profound health and socio-economic effects in low and middle-income countries, leading to disease, lack of education, and poverty.
Fetching water often lands on the shoulders of women and girls. This chore can limit their educational and economic opportunities.
Access to safe water is one of the most effective ways to improve the overall health of a community. Our self-contained Safe Water Filtration System is an excellent WASH infrastructure solution for healthcare facilities in rural and last-mile settings. Multiple systems can be connected together to increase capacity and meet the water needs of each facility.
ALLIANCE FOR NAVAJO SUSTAINABILITY
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the long-existing and intensifying lack of water security on Navajo Nation lands. As a result, the Alliance for Navajo Sustainability was formed as an effort to provide immediate water access and develop agricultural systems leading to improved overall health.
How It Works
Since 2006, we have collaborated with partners worldwide to provide Safe Water Filtration Systems. Most of the facilities are birthing centers or community clinics.
10 rural healthcare facilities, 2 district hospitals.
10 rural healthcare facilities.
6 rural healthcare facilities.
6 rural healthcare facilities, 2 district hospitals.
5 rural healthcare facilities, 2 district hospitals.
Our self-contained Safe Water Filtration System is an excellent WASH infrastructure solution for healthcare facilities in rural and last-mile settings. Multiple systems can be connected together to increase capacity and meet the water needs of each facility.
Total Catchment Population of People Impacted:
We have also installed stand-alone Safe Water Filtration Systems in Senegal, Kenya, and Haiti. Sometimes, we work with our partners to design a custom water project for a specific village. For example, we drilled a well in Jinja, Uganda, that provides clean water to an orphanage.
We built a clean water kiosk at a remote village in Rwanda. Today, we are exploring many other clean water technologies, including small filtration systems that purify water for people in remote and hard-to-reach areas.
Collaborating with in-country stakeholders to assess WASH services, identify intervention hospitals, and prioritize key action.
Conducting Monitoring & Evaluation to measure progress, share knowledge, and improve program strategies to achieve development goals.
Improving WASH infrastructure at healthcare facilities by installing sustainable Safe Water Filtration Technology and offering equal access to clean water for drinking & hand washing.
Ensure sustainability through locally led action plans.
Developing the local healthcare workforce through comprehensive WASH training and infrastructure maintenance.
Employ a gender lens to all program investment and implementation.
Make A Donation
Assist International is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization since 1990 (ID: 77-0243475). All donations are tax deductible where allowed by law.
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