Our mission Provide simple, adaptable water purification systems to communities without access to potable water.
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Where Do We Serve?

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Clean Water Ambassador

Become a Clean Water Ambassador by educating your local community about the importance of access to clean water: -Raise awareness about access to water -Speak at local civic clubs -Host a Walk for Water -Share stories about the impact of CWFW at schools, churches, and local events -Coordinate local efforts of CWFW in your community
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About us Originally called ”The Water Project” in 2002, Clean Water for the World became a full-fledged 501(c)3 non-profit organization in 2007 with the help of Paul Flickinger, first Executive Director of CWFW. Since then, the volunteer-run board has improved the purifier from its original wooden box prototype to the transportable, carry-on size installed today in numerous communities all over the world. Each purifier has the capacity to serve a community of 300-600 persons. Incrementally over the last 10 years, CWFW has installed water purifiers the world over. Most concentrated in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Haiti, purifiers are donated to communities who provide public and free access to the water purifier. The purifiers are given to those who need it and are meant to be an accompaniment and complement to already existing community projects, now with 290 installed worldwide.
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