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Water Sanitation and Hygiene

A lack of access to clean water and basic sanitation is the second largest cause of death worldwide and over half a million children die every year from water borne diseases. Although both are essential to surviving and are basic human rights, more than 700 million people do not have access to clean drinking water and over 2.5 billion people do not have access to adequate sanitation.

Under the WASH program, Being Humanitarian runs a number of development projects:

WASH Campaigns

Water Hand Pump Project

Water hand pumps are very simple and small gifts, empowering vulnerable women and children by giving them dignity in accessing water. Particularly in ...

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Community Water Well Project

Through community water wells Being Humanitarian helps individuals and whole communities to transform the way they live by giving them access to clean ...

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Water Filtration & Cooler Project

Increase in the population in Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka has created a water crisis which is mounting daily. Water quality and population dens ...

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