Children International and Planet Water are collaborating on a three-year project that will bring clean, safe water to 70,000 people in impoverished communities in the Dominican Republic, India and the Philippines. These communities have access to water, but have no means of purifying it. Children International and Planet Water will construct AquaTowers at Children International community centers and local schools that will purify the water and make it available for drinking and washing. Children in the communities will be taught the importance of clean water and good hygiene as it pertains to their health. Additionally, Planet Water is developing portable emergency water systems that will be stored at 10 Children International community centers in the Philippines and can be used in the wake of natural disasters.
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Children International prepares children and youth to escape the traps of poverty by supporting their critical needs, building resilience, and engaging them in transformative activities. Children International accomplishes this by providing crucial benefits and compassionate care through easily accessible, modern community centers. Children International's presence, programs and supporters have a positive impact on children, youth, families and communities; provide protection; encourage self-sufficiency; and serve as catalysts for change.
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About Planet Water Foundation
Planet Water is a U.S.-based, nonprofit organization focused on bringing clean water to the world's most disadvantaged communities through the installation of community-based water filtration systems and education programs on water-health and hygiene. The organization's projects are focused on schools, children and rural communities that lack access to clean, safe water. Planet Water has completed projects in 10 countries across the Asia-Pacific region. Information about Planet Water is available at http://www.planet-water.org