THERE IS A NEED
More than 3.4 million people die each year from water, sanitation, and hygiene-related causes. Nearly all deaths, 99 percent, occur in the developing world
Despite a world of iPhones, space travel, and unprecedented wealth in America, there are still over 663 million people with no access to safe drinking water.
2,195 Children Died Today
Diarrhea caused by unsafe drinking water kills a staggering 2,195 children every day—more than AIDS, malaria, and measles combined.
40 Billion Hours
In Africa alone, women spend 40 billion hours each year collecting water.
Water: Essential For Life
The human body doesn’t care about the color of your skin or if you are rich or poor. Without water, we all die. You can survive without a toothbrush. You can survive without soap. But the absence of water is the absence of life.
At Neverthirst, we take a whole-body approach to the people we serve. Though we always begin with water, we also endeavor to teach good hygiene and the value of sanitation.
Clean Water Saves Lives
Clean water gives people the gift of time previously spent collecting water.
Clean water reduces disease that can lead to death.
Will you join us UNTIL ALL ARE SERVED?
Through people just like you, Neverthirst has provided 482,210 men, women and children with a safe water source. But while there remains 663 million without safe water, we still have work to do.
Every Life is a Story
For this life saving work to continue, there must be awareness of the need. We know that statistics have names. Let us introduce you to some of them - to someone like Chari from Nepal who use to walk through the jungle 4 times a day to collect water for her family. Each trip would take her 1 hour and she would make it 4 times a day.