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The Ann Campana Judge Foundation promotes, undertakes, supports and funds hydrophilanthropic projects in and relating to Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Panama, especially those projects focused on water, health, and sanitation. The foundation will conduct projects on its own, but grants will also be made both to individuals and other nonprofit organizations. Hydrophilanthropic projects of the following types will be supported by the ACJ Foundation: (a) community water supply development, (b) community sanitation/health and related projects, and (c) projects designed to foster community-level economic self-sufficiency.
Contact: Chris RollingPO Box 871181Vancouver, WA email@example.comClean Water for Haiti strives to improve health by providing access to household filtration. By selling Biosand filters at a heavily subsidized price, they enable Haitian households to improve their drinking water no matter what type of source they gather water from. The organization’s purpose is to provide a development solution rather than merely a relief solution. That is to say, the filters are not built to last merely the duration of the humanitarian disaster du jour. Rather, the filter is designed to last decades. Many of our filters have been in continuous use since 2001-2002.
Contact: Ted KuepperWater Supply Projects3600 S. Harbor Blvd., #514Oxnard, CA 93035805 985.3057fax 805 firstname.lastname@example.org
Global Water is based upon the belief that the lack of access to safe drinking water is the primary cause of hunger, disease, and poverty throughout the world. Founded in 1982, Global Water is an international nonprofit humanitarian organization focused on providing safe water supplies, sanitation facilities, and hygiene-related facilities for rural villagers in developing countries. Global Water projects utilize water and sanitation as tools to create sustainable socioeconomic development in poor rural communities.
Contact: Noel Thomas KalundaWakiso District-UgandaKampala, Uganda 256 Uganda256-702-420-000fax 256-776-420-001Administration@PresAIDUganda.orgwww.PresAIDUganda.org
PresAIDUganda.org™ partners with leading organizations around the world in order to alleviate poverty and hunger, address AIDs/HIV and other health-related problems, rehabilitate and provide education to vulnerable children, and provide protection and care to our environment. Please browse the Web site and see how you can join this life-saving work of "One Community At A Time."
Contact: Gary Bartholomew13710 W Lincoln Rd.Spokane, WA 99224509 939.1941fax 509 email@example.com
Established in 1994, Water for Life International has a mission of drilling well-engineered water wells in villages in rural northeastern Guatemala. Most wells are equipped with hand pumps because of the lack of grid power. The group also provides medical supplies to the local government hospital in Poptun. They have a shop, two cable drills, and support equipment. Volunteers from across the county drill from January to April each year.
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