First of all: why water?
Did you know that 700 million people still don't have direct access to clean water? Most of them live in rural and isolated areas and spend many hours of their day to recover this precious resource. The lack of drinking water not only endangers people's health, but is also an obstacle for children's education. In fact usually are women and children that have to get water from wells far away from their village, preventing children from going to school. The lack of adequate education is the first obstacle to poverty reduction, for this reason investments in drinking water, hygiene and health have a high economic and social return on developing communities.