Please view the newsletter in its original lay-out here. Behind the scenes we have been working hard to realize the next clean water project for the Anja-Belitsaka community in Madagascar. Today, we are happy to share a big milestone that the water treatment equipment has made it to Tulear. Meanwhile, the situation is Madagascar has not improved and […]
Would you like to read the newsletter in its original format? Please click here. We won’t leave Madagascar high and dry. For the last two years, Madagascar received only around 60% of its usual average rainfall, the lowest in 30 years. How is this drought affecting Madagascar?The consecutive drought in the Grand Sud (South) continues to generate widespread food […]
If you would like to see this update in its original format as it was presented in our most recent newsletter, follow this link. Tsifota now enjoys 20.000 liters of clean water daily. It’s been a long period since Madagascar has closed itself off from the outside world as a result of COVID. In that same period, […]
If you would like to see this update in its original format as it was presented in our most recent newsletter, follow this link. It has been a tough year in Madagascar. More than one million people in southern Madagascar have been facing a severe drought that has spurred the world’s first climate change famine, as […]
If you would like to see this update in its original format as it was presented in our most recent newsletter, follow this link. It is never easy to acknowledge an issue if you cannot see it. This global pandemic has cut off aid routes and made it even more difficult to reach people that live in […]
If you would like to see this update in its original format as it was presented in our most recent newsletter, follow this link. Drought has been hitting South-West MadagascarIn recent months the situation in the southern regions of Madagascar has seriously worsened with the worst drought in 40 years. According to Julie Reversé, emergency coordinator […]
Using Dutch desalination technology to give seawater a new value for Third World communities.
An Elemental Water Foundation long term project.
The first line of defence against the spread of COVID-19 is to wash hands with soap and water, an act of good hygiene practice. However, many people in developing countries with limited access to clean water or sanitation facilities, have to walk 6 km every day to collect water. Many others have no access to […]
Announcement of our second water project For us as a foundation, the COVID-19 pandemic has only reinforced our mission to enable access to clean water. We are pleased to announce and share our next project location, Tsifota. Tsifota is located on the south west coast of Madagascar, just like our first project location Efoesty. Water scarcity in Tsifota […]
Every year, even in turbulent times like these, the importance of water is acknowledged on the 22nd of March.