Safe water is a necessity for every child to be healthy and to have the opportunity of an education, but over 50% of schools around the world cannot afford to provide it.Learn More
The Kurar Primary Boys and Girl Schools are side-by-side in a small neighborhood in Haryana, India. The schools educate 1st-5th grade students; 125 boys and 136 girls. Unsafe drinking water has caused yellow fever, kidney stones and liver disease in both schools.
Haryana High School NKM educates 166 students in a small rural community in Haryana, India, where there is no access to clean water, so the teachers at the school pitch in whatever money they can to provide as much clean water for their students, but it’s not enough.
Luly is located in the Saintard region of Haiti. The school, which is over 40 years old, teaches 291 students from age 5-14. There is no reliable water source for the school, so they get water from wherever they can find it and chlorine tablets are used when they have them.
Safe water in schools means less days of schools missed due waterborne illnesses.
Existing infrastructure of local partners allows for low-cost, reliable delivery of water to schools.
Data-driven measures track where every jug of water goes and how every dollar is spent. See our map.
-- Pierre Supreme Elius, School Director of La Renessence