Water for Waslala is dedicated to providing the funds and technical expertise needed to construct cost-effective, sustainable potable water projects in Waslala, Nicaragua that improve public health, increase educational attainment, and facilitate economic development.
Imagine waking up in the morning, getting out of bed, and leaving your home with a bucket to fetch the day’s drinking water from a river fifteen minutes away. When you arrive at the river, you see that the water is brown and clearly contaminated, but you have no other choice if you want something to drink.
Thankfully, most of us do not have to experience this degrading reality in our daily lives. But over 40,000 people living in the rural municipality of Waslala, Nicaragua, do.
Water for Waslala (WfW) was created to end the water crisis plaguing the people of Waslala.
In today’s world, it is unacceptable that so many people still do not have access to clean water. The required technology has existed for centuries. The funds needed are minimal – only $100 per person. The needs are real and indisputable. WfW believes that because we can solve this problem, it is our responsibility to do so.
Join us. Help us create a future where all people enjoy clean water – starting with one community, in one region, in one country.