YOUR IMPACT

HOW DOES CLEAN WORK?

CLEAN works with local communities to find solutions that are wanted, sustainable and effective. Community leadership committees are formed, sustainable technologies that can be built and implemented locally are identified, measures to protect water and the environment are implemented, and permanent tools for evaluation, assistance and feedback are put into place.

CLEAN WATER FOR EVERYONE, EVERYWHERE

Currently, 844 million people on our planet lack access to safe, clean drinking water and over 200 million are walking an average of 4 miles per day to gather water. Around the world, waterways are contaminated with chemicals, waste, plastic, and other pollutants. To make a measurable impact on this issue, thousands of organizations, families, and individuals will be picking up trash along waterways during their Walks for Water.

Not only are water sources around the globe contaminated, but they are also disappearing at an alarming rate. In fact, by 2025, two-thirds of the world’s population may face water shortages. To prevent this, we aim to collectively plant 10,000 trees across the world during the week. Forests protect our sources of fresh water by preventing erosion and reducing pollution.

MEET THE COMMUNITY MEMBERS YOU ARE HELPING

WHO’S A PART OF THE WORLDWIDE WALK FOR WATER? 



Vega Grande, Honduras

CLEAN International partners with Agua Para el Pueblo
and Team Szakos to provide this community with access
to clean water through the installation of a sustainable
gravity-fed water system.



Lake Rejuvenation and Planning

In partnership with Say Trees and Intel,
CLEAN International helps restore groundwater in
water-scarce regions worldwide, including two
recent lake restorations in Bengaluru India.



Kampala, Uganda

CLEAN International and Spouts of Water work
together to provide sustainable water filters
to schools and health clinics.



Santo Tomas La Union, Guatemala

Through a partnership with Wachalal medical clinic,
CLEAN helps provide Ecofiltro water filters to
patients and families with waterborne illnesses.



Equateur Province, Democratic Republic of Congo

CLEAN International partners with HTSCongo to
provide communities and schools in need
with clean water, latrines, and hygiene stations.



Kigoma Region, Western Tanzania

In partnership with One More Salary, we provide
regional educational initiatives that focus on
issues of water, sanitation, and hygiene and the connection
to poverty.



Tamale, Ghana

CLEAN International partners with Pure Home Water
to provide clean water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH)
to communities in need.











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