CLEAN International is partnering with Agua Para el Pueblo and AguaClara to provide this community with access to clean water through the installation of sustainable water treatment plants that require no electricity and bring water up to EPA standards. Local leadership and trained employees manage the water plants and systems, including ongoing maintenance and data collection. CLEAN International also aims to install latrines and hygiene stations, plant trees, and provide education on ways to protect local watersheds.
CLEAN International partners with Wachalal medical clinic to provide Ecofiltro water filters to patients and families with waterborne illnesses. Local leaders and hospital staff provide education and ongoing data collection and surveys. To date, 400 EcoFiltro water filters have been distributed to households in need, providing approximately 2000 people with clean water.
CLEAN International partners with Classrooms for Africa, Spouts of Water, and New Hope International to provide ceramic water filters to schools as well as ongoing education to students and staff. Sustainable clean water at school keeps students healthy and in better attendance, creating a generational impact of greater economic and educational opportunities for families.
CLEAN International partners with Pure Home Water to provide clean water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) to schools as well as ongoing education to students and staff. In addition to distributing 120 ceramic water filters to schools, Pure Home Water is also providing communities with rain catchment systems, latrines, and energy efficient stoves.
CLEAN international partners with One More Salary to educate the region about local issues of water, sanitation, and hygiene and the connection to poverty. Our partnership empowers community members to spread awareness about these issues and improve local conditions through participating in regional Walk for Water events and planting over 1,000 trees to restore land fertility and water resources.