The Mission of BridgIT Water Foundation is to provide suitableaccessible and sustainable water solutions to rural, peri-urban areas and small, remote villages in developing countries.

If your only water supply was out of a ditch the same as an animal, you would want someone to help.  So please help deliver sustainable and life-saving water supplies and sponsor a remote rural community today.  The supply of water makes a profound impact not only to individuals but also whole communities as it meets such a basic need.  For as little as US$1,000 you can supply an entire village with suitable, accessible and safe water
What We Are About

 

Everyday people globally are having to search further afield as water sources are diminishing.  The goal of BridgIT Water Foundation is to address the many problems people face with water scarcity and the myriad of issues associated with the lack of access to clean safe water that developing nations have to contend with.

 

The focus of BridgIT Water Foundation is to provide safe, secure & sustainable water collection, storage and distribution systems in rural and peri-urban communities in developing countries and to provide these water scarcity communities access to clean safe water.

 

BridgIT Water Foundation thoroughly understands the direct correlation between water and development and the crucial role it plays in the reduction of poverty. And what of poverty?  Is poverty a global issues that transcends national boundaries?

 

Our Global Community

 

BridgIT Water Foundation firmly believes individuals more than any time in history are playing a role in tackling some of the tougher challenges facing our global community.  Dedicated people are adopting an approach of investing in tomorrow through community partnerships which will drive economic prosperity for all by supporting partner organisations focused on community economic development.  Business and individuals should embrace their social responsibility and believe that each of us can and must be a force for good.

 

Your Aid money IS having an impact and making a huge difference:

 

  • There are now 216 million fewer hungry people in the world than there were in 1990

  • Since 1998 2.5 billion children have been vaccinated against polio, reducing the number of cases from 350,000 a year to less than 400

  • 2.3 billion people now have access to improved sources of drinking water.

 

It is a myth that foreign aid is a waste of money - the facts prove otherwise.

525K invested in water projects impacting more than 152,000 people

From 30% access to safe water to 70% in rural region of Uganda

11 x Rural Villages in Phalombe region Malawi. People drinking water out of ditches. Children from this region dying from cholera - HIGH PRIORITY 12,300 people impacted.

Sponsor Today US$6,700 Per Well

4 x Hand dug well rehabilitation in the Berano District of Somali Region. Vulnerable population to water-borne diseases. 13,460 people impacted.

Sponsor Today US$3,000 Per Well

40 x Rural Villages including 4 Schools and 1 Medical Centre in the Mityana District Uganda. HIGH PRIORITY 70,000 people impacted.

Sponsor Today US$2,500 Per Well

11 x Maasai Rural Villages in the tanzanite mining district at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro region. 50,600 people impacted.

Sponsor Today US$2,600 Per Well

30 x Remote Water Scarcity villages 70 - 120km from Kadapa District Andhra Pradesh State. 24,400 people impacted.

Sponsor Today US$2,000 Per Well

Clean water supply to remote rural village in earthquake effected Sindupalchowk District.  600 people impacted.

Sponsor Today US$11,000 Per Well

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Clean water supply to remote rural village in earthquake effected Sindupalchowk District

People Impacted:  600

Cost US$11,000

30 x Remote Water Scarcity Villages within 70 - 120km from Kadapa District Anchra Pradesh state.

People Impacted:  39,000

Cost Per Well: US$1,500

11 x Maasai Rural Villages in teh tanzanite mining district at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro region.

People Impacted:  50,600

Cost Per Well:  US$2,600

11 x Rural Villages in Phalombe region Malawi. People are currently drinking water out of ditches.  Children drom this region are dying from preventable water-borne diseases such as cholera.

People Impacted: 12,300

Sponsor for US$6,700 Per Well

4 x Hand dug rehabilitation wells in the Berano District of Somali Region.  Vulnerable population to preventable water-borne diseases.

People Impacted: 13,460

Cost Per Well:   US$3,000

Hundreds of rural villages in many sub-counties of Uganda consisting of predominantly peasantry farming.  This sort of agricultural production is always of low and poor output which leads to problems such as food insecurity and high poverty.

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Why Choose Us?

600K invested in water projects in 6 years

Impacting more than 160,000 people

From 30% access to a clean water supply in a rural subcounty of Uganda to over 95% access

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