Do you believe that everyone deserves something as simple and crucial for life as clean, safe water?

We do.

Children are our future and much more are needed to be done to provide them with proper basic sanitation like drinking water. They do not need to be deprive of basic clean drinking water if modern technologies are able to fulfill their needs.

The EGW Care Programme, initiated by EGWater and its associates, work together with local authorities to bring clean healthy drinking water to affected communities around the world, starting from Indonesia.

We provide clean, safe water to those who suffer needlessly without it by...

  • Connecting donors to viable and sustainable water projects to provide clean safe drinking water to the affected communities.
  • Showing every donor the specific impact of their gifts through photos, short stories and GPS map coordinates of every project.
  • Following up, monitoring and evaluating the projects we support to help ensure our shared work has a long-term impact.

We believe that every supporter can become part of the story of water by learning, acting, giving and then seeing the difference they make.

We're looking for willing hands...are you ready?

Your donation will bring us closer to our goal of providing safe drinking water for consumption for these children.

Read about our programme that will provide unprecedented options to provide relief effort to supply clean water forever.

Please join us in our mission. Submit your contact information and we will send you updates.

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The Value Proposition...

Human food requirement consists of four principal sources - water, agricultural crops, livestock and fisheries. Essentially, the demand for food depends on population and the dietary habits of the people under consideration.

Consequently, there are basically three ways to produce this food requirement; through rain-fed agriculture, irrigated agriculture and food import. In all cases water is the most important determinant to increased food production and rural development.

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