OUR MISSION:

Water One World Solutions is a 501(c)(3) non-profit committed to providing adaptive, highly effective, and sustainable safe drinking water solutions to those of greatest need in emerging nations and catastrophic emergencies.

We execute our mission through collaborative initiatives with individuals, organizations and communities that have expertise and/or resources committed to the same goal.

World Water Crisis

It’s a growing global crisis, and it’s getting worse every day: more than one billion people on our planet lack access to fresh drinking water. Almost half of them are children — and 125 million of them are under the age of 5.If present global water consumption patterns continue, two out of every three people on Earth will suffer from water-stressed conditions by the year 2025.

Solutions

Bringing safe, clean drinking water close to people’s homes and to victims of disaster — in short, to anywhere it is needed around the world — is essential to reversing the endless cycle of misery that affects so many people. Making clean water accessible is the key to transforming communities and preventing large-scale catastrophes.

Partners

NFL Players Association

NFL Players Association

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Rotary District 6960

Rotary District 6960

Clean The World

Clean The World

Hawaii Red Cross

Hawaii Red Cross


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Solutions for safe drinking water

Dave PowellWe are so fortunate to live in this great country of ours. There are many blessings available to us every day and they can be so common that we never even think about them. One of these is having pure, safe water available by just turning on a spigot.
This is not true in many parts of the world, where clean, safe drinking water is just not available. Rotary International has been addressing this problem around the globe. Many countries around the world have clean drinking water because of this organization.
Today we have a major problem in Haiti. Children and adults are dying of disease borne by unsanitary water. It is estimated that 3.5 million people die every year. If your concern is the children of the world, 4,000 of them die every day from water-borne illnesses. Many of these are in Haiti.

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Testing a Start-up 8,000 Miles From Silicon Valley

Testing a Start-up 8,000 Miles From Silicon ValleyWOWS is working with Rotary to develop two Matching Grants to send solar powered, mobile water purification units to India so this article really caught our attention.

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The Faces Say It All!

The Faces Say It All!September 12th, 2011. Thanks to Water One, Inc., Rotary District 6960, Past District Governor Don Thomas, David Digman of Lemon Bay Sunrise Rotary and AGAPE Flights, WOWS was able to provide a Water One, solar powered, water purification wagon to a girls orphanage in Port Au Prince, Haiti. An existing water source that was questionable, now provides pure, safe, good tasting water for drinking and cooking 365 days a year.

 
emerald-planet.org

emerald-planet.org WOWS was featured on the Emerald Planet TV program, Sunday, August 7, 2011. Our thanks to Dr. Sam Hancock for inviting us on and for showcasing Water One mobile water purification equipment and what we are doing.
Please check out the show: www.ustream.tv/recorded/16507998

 
Lemon Bay Sunrise Rotary Sells Water 4 Water at 4th of July Cajun Festival

July 4, 2011. The Lemon Bay Sunrise Rotary Club of Englewood, Florida sold WOWS & Rotary branded "Water 4 Water" at their first annual Cajun Festival. Proceeds from the sales of "Water 4 Water" at the Cajun Festival were donated to WOWS Clean Water For Haiti project that the Lemon Bay Sunrise Rotary Club helped to initiate.

 
The Rotary Club of Englewood Donates To WOWS

June 21, 2011. Kenn Visser, Director of Water One World Solutions accepted a check for $2000 from the Rotary Club of Englewood. The generous donation will be used to provide another solar powered water purification wagon for an orphanage in Haiti. A Certificate of Appreciation was presented to Joe Mason, the President of the Rotary Club of Englewood, thanking the Club for helping to initiate and support WOWS Clean Water For Haiti project.

 
Water One Donates Mobile Purification Wagon To Red Cross of Hawaii.

Water One Donates Mobile Purification Wagon To Red Cross of Hawaii.

The mail from the Red cross of Hawaii

 
Donation from the Lemon Bay Sunrise Rotary Club

Donation from the Lemon Bay Sunrise Rotary ClubMay 5, 2011. Kenn Visser, Director of Water One World Solutions, personally thanked all of the members of the Lemon Bay Sunrise Rotary Club for their generous donation to WOWS Clean Water For Haiti project. A Certificate of Appreciation was presented to Robert Stern, the President of Lemon Bay Sunrise Rotary Club, thanking the Club for helping to initiate the program.