Our Business Model is built on maximum transparency.
We evaluate and support water related projects that look promising to fulfil our expectations, namely:
Providing access to water
Achieving independence through the generation of income
Improving quality of life, reducing sickness rate and death rates caused by waterborne diseases
We partner with organisations and individuals who share our mission and believe in our approach to development aid.
We are philanthropic investors, who don’t ask for a financial return on investment, but focus on social and ecological impact.
We create maximum transparency in cash flow, impact, success stories and failures to continuously learn and improve to get better in what we do.
We avoid becoming a self-purpose driven organisation by staying lean and avoiding unnecessary costs on all levels. This means that we spend minimal amounts on marketing and overheads, so that the maximum contribution is used for its purpose.
This is why we care for water.
Worldwide, approximately 1.2 billion people lack access to clean drinking water. Water is essential for survival
80% of all diseases in developing countries are caused by polluted water or the lack of sanitation
Annually between 1.5 and 2 million children die as a result of diseases caused by contaminated water