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SKAGIT WATER, a non-profitable, successful organization originated from a small bunch of people who wanted to create better future for those in need. Starting with a small number of members we built several wells and delivered millions of gallons of bottled, drinking water to the endangered people in Africa. Our team includes hundreds of members, lawyers, doctors, businesspersons, entrepreneurs and other regular people from all over the world.
Together, we are striving towards the realization of our goals and objectives, and those are the development of the disadvantaged communities, endangered people, as well as helping those who already have access to water get healthier drinking water and preserving this precious resource for our future generations.
Even in today’s modern society, there are still billions of people who are living without clean, drinking water. Building infrastructures that will supply people with water is one of our most important goals. Clean, fresh water is essential not only for consumption but hygiene and sanitation purposes. Lack of clean water impacts every aspect of these people lives, education, socialization and most importantly health.
Clean Drinking Water
Before you do something to help the people who are dealing with the shortage of the clean water, you need to learn everything about their communities and their everyday problems. The problem with the lack of water is that people in the developed countries don’t realize the harsh truth and that is that water isn’t […]
Water is a resource that consistently gives us something to worry about. Shortage of water, saving it for the future generations, sharing the fresh water with the 3rd world countries and so on. However, even the people, like us, who have access to clear drinking water have problems. One of the most popular ones is […]
Lack of clean water causes numerous issues for developing countries, the most horrifying of which are waterborne diseases and deaths. Aside from this, dirty water causes children to leave schools, adults to leave their work which also causes their community to stop developing. In order to help them grow, develop and live a healthier life […]
Developing countries are always coping with the water-related diseases. Almost 4 billion people die each year from this kind of illness, not to mention that every 15 seconds one child dies from this cause. Water is naturally full of bacteria. However, most of those bacteria aren’t dangerous, in developing countries, there is almost no clean […]