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Bringing clean water and sanitation to people around the globe                                                    

JUST Water works to bring clean water, sanitation, and health education to the poor in rural areas around the globe.  We work with indigenous organizations to plan and construct clean water and sanitation projects.  We provide long term funding of health education, watershed assessment, and well maintenance and repair programs. We heighten awareness of water and sanitation issues among citizens throughout the world and advocate in international, national and local levels on behalf of the human right to water and sanitation. 


Our direct funding of projects and programs is centered in rural Haiti.  Our efforts to raise awareness and advocate for the human right to  water and sanitation know no boundaries.

  • Water flows for the first time in Zabriko - December 2009
    Water flows for the first time in Zabriko - December 2009
  • Woman with hungry children gets water from Paklo fountain - June 2012
    Woman with hungry children gets water from Paklo fountain - June 2012
  • Floville new well - installed after Well Maintenance and Repair program enrollment - 2012
    Floville new well - installed after Well Maintenance and Repair program enrollment - 2012
  • July 2010 Pacific Northwest group visits the Mouvman Peyizan Papay (MPP) projects
    July 2010 Pacific Northwest group visits the Mouvman Peyizan Papay (MPP) projects
  • Swiss NGO project at Remonsaint to build reservoir.  Unfortunately,it will only store enough water for 1/3 of the villages for a single day.
    Swiss NGO project at Remonsaint to build reservoir. Unfortunately,it will only store enough water for 1/3 of the villages for a single day.
  • People walk and wait  as much as 12 hours to get water
    People walk and wait as much as 12 hours to get water
  • The spring at Remonsaint that 3000+ people depend on.
    The spring at Remonsaint that 3000+ people depend on.
  • The reservoir being build by a Swiss NGO needs to be supplemented by cisterns to store rain water.
    The reservoir being build by a Swiss NGO needs to be supplemented by cisterns to store rain water.
  • Kids watching the world go by
    Kids watching the world go by
  • Young boy peaking out at a strange-looking blan.
    Young boy peaking out at a strange-looking blan.
  • Vegetable gardens in tires provide nnutrious food and income, but there's not enough water available to keep them.
    Vegetable gardens in tires provide nnutrious food and income, but there's not enough water available to keep them.
  • MPP animators help peasants in a remote village learn to grow vegetables for food and income
    MPP animators help peasants in a remote village learn to grow vegetables for food and income
  • A home in the mountain top village of Laqua - elevation 4000 feet - with no water.
    A home in the mountain top village of Laqua - elevation 4000 feet - with no water.
  • Discussing solutions with the leaders of Laqua, a mountain top village in Artibonite.
    Discussing solutions with the leaders of Laqua, a mountain top village in Artibonite.
  • A mountain top village needs cisterns to store rainwater in the short-term and a tree nursery to reforest the mountain top in the long term.
    A mountain top village needs cisterns to store rainwater in the short-term and a tree nursery to reforest the mountain top in the long term.
  • Gathering firewood.
    Gathering firewood.
  •  Leader of an Artibonite peasant organization
    Leader of an Artibonite peasant organization
  • An MPP animator who educates and encourages peasants in the villages of Artibonite
    An MPP animator who educates and encourages peasants in the villages of Artibonite
  • Storing corn in the palm trees
    Storing corn in the palm trees
  • The cooks and others who hosted us in Artibonite.
    The cooks and others who hosted us in Artibonite.
  • Celebrating after the long trek to Laqua
    Celebrating after the long trek to Laqua
  • Dawn in an Artibonite village
    Dawn in an Artibonite village
  • Pauleon St. Fleur testing the water of the Guayamouc River
    Pauleon St. Fleur testing the water of the Guayamouc River
Water flows for the first time in Zabriko - December 2009
Water flows for the first time in Zabriko - December 2009

Working in Haiti

 

Dirty Water No More