Well Aware is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with headquarters in Austin, Texas that provides innovative and sustainable solutions to water scarcity and contamination in Africa. We fund and implement life-saving water systems to drive economic development and build self-sufficient communities. Learn More
Every 90 seconds, a child dies from a preventable water born disease
DISEASE RATES DECREASE
EDUCATION RATES INCREASE
EDUCATION RATES FOR GIRLS INCREASE
Since our first project was implemented in 2010, we have doubled our project capacity every year, and we have growing teams of experts who ensure our projects are completed on time, with integrity, and with the most cost-effective use of donor dollars. Our project planning and execution includes thorough technical evaluation and oversight, strategic nonprofit partnerships to further community success, hygiene and sanitation training, and community empowerment and support. Well Aware conducts regular evaluations of all completed projects, but most of our partner communities no longer need us. Read about our teams implementing our work and the partner organizations we have selected to increase our impact.
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Mary Knothe, Communications
Not showering for a week sounds crazy, but what if your ability to resist a shower could help thousands of people on the other side of the world get access to clean water? Shower Strike is your way to get involved in Well Aware’s mission of implementing clean and safe drinking water to those who need it most.more
Mary Knothe, Communications
Celebrating International Women’s day is a tradition that dates back to 1909. The day originates from women fighting for better working conditions in the clothing industry, in return bringing needed attention to the women’s suffrage movement. In 1975, March 8th was chosen as the designated day to celebrate all women from all over the world (UN)! At Well Aware, commemorating this day is especially special and this International Women’s Day we invite you to celebrate with us!more
I admit that I did not watch Super Bowl LII last night, but I did start receiving messages about one of the advertisements that played during the game shortly after it aired. I’ve followed the work of Water.org over the years and was aware of their partnership with Stella Artois, but their new campaign and messaging leave me with some questions and concerns (as it does with many of you, based on my inbox).
I’ll get right to it. There’s a lot that can be dissected and questioned, but I’ve listed the top inquiries about the...more
Like many communities in Nyanza, the village of Ratta experiences severe water shortage. Although there are some community boreholes, the amount of water is not sufficient to meet the community’s need. According to the Assistant Director of the Ministry of Water Kisumu county; water is a county disaster and all efforts are geared towards establishing reliable water sources - efforts yet to bear their desired fruits. A recurrence often repeated by “boda boda” operators whose livelihood depends on supplying water to homes far from water points. On a bad day like today, the water kiosk is dry...more
With your support, 2017 has been a record-setting year for Well Aware, and we are excited to announce our 2017 Year in Review. Explore our end of year review here to learn how Well Aware has grown in 2017. In the PDF download below, you will find a letter from Sarah, impact statistics, a project map, reviews of our work, and development highlights.
Here are a few of our most exciting accomplishments:
More than 185,000 cumulative lives impacted
81% of every dollar directly funded our projects
Expanded projects work into...