Have you ever imagined what your retirement would look like
if you never had a chance to go to school?
This here is young Mickael, and he is now nine years old.
He spends up to 6 hours a day collecting unsafe drinking water.
With your help, water can be available and Mickael can go to back to school.
We already made safe drinking water possible for the 3.700 people of Efoetsy.
Now help us make that become a reality for the villagers of Tsifota.
Please support our project.
We have a Mission and we need your help!
We envision a society in which everybody has access to clean and affordable drinking water
A society where children get an education instead of walking miles fetching unsafe drinking water, breaking the cycle of poverty!
By using renewable energy sources, we help rural communities become self-reliant.
Using Solar energy and high-end desalination technology. Learn more
Water Scarcity is a global effect of Climate Change. That is why we only choose highly sustainable solutions to tackle the Water Crisis.
11 Million People Without Safe Drinking Water in Madagascar
Building Sustainable Solutions on Renewable energy
With your support we can generate
20.000 litres of Safe Drinking Water a Day for
many more vulnerable communities.
Your donation is 100% guaranteed to benefit our projects
- As a non-profit, we make sure 100% of your donation benefits the people of our current project.
- We only work with volunteers and social partners, so less than 1% of all donations is spent on expenses.
- We work with a local operating NGO with over 30 years of experience in the region.
The Difference Safe Water Makes
You Can Make a Difference Today!
Two Dutch Engineers and their fight against water scarcity
Sid and Rijnoud, two Dutch engineers have developed a method where salty seawater can be desalinated, using 75% less energy. Using the Sea and Sun to create Safe drinking water.
In 2017 they founded the Elemental Water Foundation to use this technique to help the most vulnerable coastal communities in Madagascar.
in 2019 they realised their first project in Efoetsy. 3000 people have now daily access to safe drinking water.