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Communities applying to the Water Trust must contribute land, labor and materials to a project. As a condition of our investment, we insist that villagers work alongside our team to improve their community’s water and sanitation.
Participating communities must build latrines and improve sanitation before we install a well. We’ve witnessed how the implementation of hygiene education, better sanitation practices and clean water can have a multiplier effect on society.
As our partner, you can see how communities have benefited from your donations. You’ll also have access to real-time performance reporting that creates a new model for transparency among nonprofits. Learn more.
Providing clean water isn’t a onetime proposition. The Water Trust can effect long-lasting, sustainable change to the developing East African communities that need it most. Learn more about how we ensure lasting impact.
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