Water is essential for every aspect of human life. Our health and physical well-being depend on its purity and accessibility. We need water not only for drinking. It is necessary for preparing meals, for practicing good personal hygiene and for keeping our households clean. Limited access to water can affect our educational and career opportunities.

Particularly vulnerable are internally displaced persons (IDPs), who leave their homes in search of safe shelter. Very often they must stay at places with no access to clean water, sanitation, toilets and bathrooms. In such difficult conditions, clean water is essential to prevent the spreading of serious bacterial diseases.

It is necessary to ensure sanitary safety through the disposal of waste and rubbish, the distribution of dustbins and the creation of landfill sites. All this is essential to provide safe conditions for people living in camps.


We build wells and other water take-off points, as well as toilets and latrines. We distribute hygiene kits containing the most important products (not only for men but also for women). We rebuild school toilets so that children can have adequate conditions for their education and development.

An important aspect of our activities is lending support to the local communities: we provide training in the repair of wells and water analysis, we train hygiene educators who are subsequently engaged in promoting effective methods for practicing good personal hygiene and disease prevention among the local communities.

To provide access to water and ensure sanitary safety, among other things, we:
  • supply safe drinking water (we build and repair wells and other water tanks, we deliver water with tanker lorries)
  • build and renovate toilets and bathrooms (in schools and at IDP camps)
  • help families keep their water supplies and households clean (sanitary training, hygiene kits, water purification tablets)
  • maintain good sanitary conditions at camps (we remove waste and rubbish, we distribute dustbins)

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2018/2019 – SOUTH- SUDAN- FSL/WASH

Project duration: 01.11.2017 – 31.08.2018

Location: Magwi and Imatong States, South Sudan

Donor: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)

The project’s aim is to support self-sufficient and effective food production, to stabilise situation of internally displaced and repatriating people and local communities in Magwi and Imatong States.  We organise farmers training, established and equipped Regional Plant Nurseries.  The equipment includes: seeds, tools, irrigation kit. We distribute equipment, vegetable and grain seeds. Foot-powered water pumps and drip irrigation systems will be installed and training will be provided to 30 engineers. Providing training to 30 local hygiene consultants, will improve their hygiene awareness. Impact: 13,500 people.

Project duration: 20.03.2018 - 19.09.2019

Location: Uror and Jonglei States, South Sudan

Donor: Common Humanitarian Fund (CHF)

The project’s aim is to provide access to clean and safe water, sanitation and personal hygiene improvement of internally displaced, repatriating people and local communities in Uror and Jonglei States. 17 water supplies will be renovated.  We will build new sanitation technologies, including hand-washing stations or latrines in camps, food centres and schools.  Water measures will be supported by hygiene promoting campaigns, training for hygiene consultants and hygiene kits distribution (soap, buckets, water pills, menstrual hygiene kit). Impact: 20,000 people.
2018/2019 – SOUTH – SUDAN – WATER

Project duration: 24.05.2018 – 24.05.2019

Location: Bor, Jonglei State, South Sudan


We streamline WASH Cluster, through water, hygiene and washing facilities co-ordination. We aim to improve effectiveness and efficiency in delivering aid to residents of Jonglei State, who are most in need. The project scope includes hygiene promotion i.a. through Global Handwashing Day, World Toilet Day or World Water Day celebration.  We also organise quarterly workshops focused on reporting and management of Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR). These workshops aim to help decide on early action plan and prepare local communities for future crises. Impact: 225,000 people.

Project duration:  19.03.2018 – 19.08.2018

Location: Luhansk Oblast, Western Ukraine

Donor: Project funded from organisation's own resources

As part of the project, we improve sanitation infrastructure in 10 institutes for children and elderly (schools, care homes). Hygiene promoting campaigns are also available to these groups.  The project also includes training courses for teachers and parents from 25 schools. We also provide small hygiene bundles. Impact: 16,575 people.
2018/2019 – South Sudan – Water

Project duration: 1.04.2018 - 31.03.2019

Location: All the States if applicable, South Sudan

Donor:  ECHO

As part of the project, we renovate water supplies and provide access to water during crisis situations.  We create and provide training to Water Committees, who are responsible for water infrastructure repair, maintenance and management.  We provide first need products , repair tools and spare parts. We build latrines in schools and other public places. We create and implement new waste disposal systems and initiate clean-up activities in local communities. Impact: 85,000 people. 
2017/2018 – Syria – Water

Project duration: 01.07.2017 – 19.08.2018

Location: Idleb, Al Ma’ra, Saraqeb, Jabal Saman, Syria

DonorNorwegian Church Aid (NCA)

The project scope includes a wide range of activities related to safe water access and adequate sanitation.  We build, repair and maintain water supply networks, water tanks and stations, provide water generators and panel. This project also entails good hygiene promotion. Impact: 113,726 people.
2017/2018 – Somalia – Water

Project duration: 01.11.2017 – 30.08.2018

Location: Banaadir Region, Lower Shabelle, Middle Shabelle in South Central County, Somalia


We deliver hygiene products to internally displaced people, affected by humanitarian crisis. We provide access to temporary water supplies by offering water vouchers and providing bulk water deliveries. We increase access to safe water in schools, education and medical centres, build latrines and promote good hygiene practices.  We sustain and support crisis coordination mechanisms. Impact: 176,644 people.
2017/2018 – Somalia – Water

Project duration: 01.04.2017 – 31.03.2018

Location: Banaadir Region, Lower Shabelle, Middle Shabelle in South Central County, Somalia

Donor:  ECHO

We provide clean water access to internally displaced people in both, official and emergency camps.  People most in need receive our financial aid. We monitor water supplies, develop water and sanitation infrastructure and provide training in servicing and maintaining it.  We build temporary latrines; provide training to hygiene consultants and water committees.  We organise hygiene promoting campaigns in camps and other institutes supporting internally displaced people.  We provide hygiene bundles. Impact: 96,000 people.
2018 – South Sudan – Water

Project duration: 15.05.2018 - 30.09.2018 Location: Jonglei State and other States if applicable, South Sudan Donor: Project funded from organisation's own resources

As part of the project, we provide access to clean and safe water, to internally displaced people and local communities. We renovate and build new water supplies. We create and provide training to Water Committees, who are responsible for water infrastructure repair, maintenance and management.   We provide access to educational resources and hygiene promoting programmes for primary school students. Impact: 10,000 people. As a result the aid will be delivered to 100000 beneficiaries.
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