Clean Water

Clean Water
Solar powered water filtration system for hundreds
of families and school children, Cambodia

K.I.D.S. believes that clean water is a basic human right. The World Health Organization (WHO) has estimated that 1.1 billion people globally lack basic access to drinking water resources, while 2.4 billion people have inadequate sanitation facilities, which clearly accounts for many water related acute and chronic diseases. Some 3.4 million people, many of them young children, die each year from water-borne diseases, such as intestinal diarrhea (cholera, typhoid fever and dysentery), caused by microbial-contaminated water supplies that are linked to deficient or non-existent sanitation and sewage disposal facilities. K.I.D.S. has provided clean water to villages, individuals and hospitals. We continue to provide our school projects and housing projects with proper sanitation programs, including toilets, showers and wells.

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