Clean Water

Clean Water

World Emergency Relief offers help during a drought by supporting local programs and villages in the U.S., Asia, Africa, and Eastern Europe. We provide the population with clean drinking water to help prevent disease. WER brings clean water solutions using filters made of clay to remote jungles, includes water tanks, and delivers clean drinking water to rural drought areas. The solutions we bring and leave in remote areas are simple, easy to use, and do not require an advanced degree to keep them operational.
Water for Navajo Nation

Navajo Nation

Water is essential for life and has always been sacred to the people of the Navajo Nation. 30% of these First Americans lack access to running water in their homes and in the Black Mesa area it is 90%. World Emergency Relief provides barrels for water hauling and installs water harvesting systems for communities in need.

Cambodia water filters


Contaminated water sources and lack of adequate sanitation facilities are massive problems for poor rural communities in Cambodia. Safe, clean, bottled drinking water is something many people cannot afford. With water filters, we can stop diseases!

South Africa distribution

South Africa

South Africa's population is suffering from extreme drought. Hunger plagues the people, and, as in many African countries, children suffer the most. World Emergency Relief provides food and ample water tanks for drinking water.

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