1. Almost 10 million people in Nepal are estimated to live on incomes between USD 1.9-3.2 a day
2. Despite boasting 6,000 rivers and 2.27% of the world’s water source, Nepal is ranked fifth with the poorest developed water system in the world
3. Only an estimated 15% in Nepal are served with quality drinking water
4. Inefficient distribution of water-related infrastructure in rural areas results in women and children walking for hours on difficult terrain to retrieve their daily water
5. Rapid urbanization, population growth, and the changing climate are common causes of the urban water crisis.
6. The supply of clean water is not enough to meet rising demands in both urban and rural areas.
WHAT WE DO
We invest in water filtration and infrastructure projects to bring easier access to clean water to Nepalese government schools, villages, and institutions.
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Like any humanitarian effort, public donations are WIN's key to make previously impossible projects a reality. Help us continue to build water infrastructure that can last a lifetime.