21 November 2016

WaterHealth International

2015

WaterHealth is the leader in providing scalable, safe and affordable clean water solutions to underserved and impoverished communities through innovative business models. On a yearly basis, its facilities purify almost 1 Billion liters of water which is received by over 5 million people – a number that is growing as its business models expand along with the geographic areas in which we operate. WaterHealth currently has operations in India, Ghana, Nigeria and Liberia.

WaterHealth’s existence and success thus far is demonstrative of the true potential of utilizing private sector strengths for public health successes. WaterHealth will continue its commitment to Every Woman Every Child and support water provision and the Sustainable Development Goals through an approximate investment of $10-15MM from 2015-2020 by:

  1. Scaling up provision of safe water in Ghana, Nigeria, Liberia and India
  2. Reaching a total of 10 Million people and dispensing more than 5 Billion liters of water per year by 2020

 

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2011

WaterHealth is the leader in providing scalable, safe and affordable clean water solutions to underserved and impoverished communities through innovative business models. On a yearly basis, their facilities purify over 100 million liters of water which is received by over 4 million people – a number that is growing as their business models expand along with the geographic areas that we operate. We currently have operations in India, Ghana, and the Philippines – reaching nearly 4 million people with clean water. WaterHealth’s  existence and success thus far is demonstrative of the true potential of utilizing private sector strengths for public health successes.

WaterHealth’s commitment to Every Woman Every Child is the expansion of WaterHealth programs to the Global Strategy’s priority countries of Bangladesh, Nigeria and Liberia in 2011-2012. Over the life of the program, it is estimated that such expansion into these priority countries will result in:

  • Improved access to clean water to 3 million people.
  • Drastically lowering the incidents of child diarrhea and other water borne diseases
  • Employing over 250 people (job growth)
  • Enabling progress to meeting the MDGs in these countries

 

 

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