Water is a human right!

The World Health Association estimates that 3.6% of the diseases worldwide could be prevented by improvement in water supply, sanitation, and hygiene. Every 21 seconds, a child dies from a water-related illness.

The insufficient supply of safe drinking water is a key constraint to development in Cameroon, especially in rural areas of the country where only 43 per cent of the rural population have access to safe drinking water.

By providing appropriate water infrastructure, rehabilitating the existing water points and training the local communities on maintaining the infrastructure, we help underprivileged communities and displaced families achieve dignified living conditions

LET’S STOP FALLING IN THE TRAP OF WATER PRIVATIZATION : Access to potable water is a basic right recognized for all Cameroonians.
It is one of the basic ingredients needed to sustain our lives. We advocate
to make sure clean water is equitably accessible to all Cameroonians.