In 2017, how can so many still living without clean water? 783 million people (1/9thof the world) do not have access to clean and safe water worldwide. Nearly 1 out of every 5 deaths under the age of 5 worldwide is due to a water-related disease. 1 in 3 people, or 2.4 billion, are without improved sanitation facilities. 443 million school days are lost each year due to water-related diseases.
(Numbers Last Update: 8/31/2016 from wordproject.org)
Today, too many children suffer needlessly - walking miles for dirty water that makes them sick.
That's why we want do it.
Waterdrop has officially launched our Water for Smile Program from World Water Day, 2017.
Through our program, we are working on a policy to drive long lasting positive change. Together with an international non-profit organization, The Water Project, Waterdrop will keep investing in clean water and better sanitation in schools to offer children a better future.
You Buy 1 filter≈1 Child Gets One Day Clean Water
Every time you purchase a Waterdrop filter, you will provide a child with One Day supply of clean water. Starting March 22, 2017, Waterdrop will donate part of their profit from every purchased filter to help build water projects and sanitation facilities, for example, new wells, well rehabs, rain catchment, spring protection, and sand dams where appropriate, to provide access to clean and safe water.
Together, we can be stronger!
Ematsuli Primary School,-the First Water Project of Waterdrop
Good News for our Water4Smile program!!
We have assigned our first water project! The community is Ematsuli Primary School, who will be receiving a rainwater harvesting system, 6 new latrines, and 2 hand-washing stations for the many students at the school. We will also do hygiene and sanitation education for the students and faculty. 
For more information, find us on social media!