ActiveWater is currently making some new changes to our partnerships that will be announced at the end of July! Stay tuned!
In Asia, ActiveWater is partnered with the 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations, Lifewater International and Cambodian Hope Organization (CHO).
Together, we are bringing clean water solutions, hygiene training, and improved sanitation projects to communities in need. To learn more about our partners, read their short biography below
Since 1977, Lifewater International has worked to bring clean water, health, and wholeness to impoverished communities around the globe through focusing on contextually appropriate, low-tech development. A Christian not-for-profit organization, Lifewater has provided sustainable sources of clean water to more than two million people and trained thousands of gifted individuals in Africa, Asia, and Latin America to improve the well being of their people through water development and its accompanying work in sanitation and hygiene education.
Since 2002, Cambodian Hope Organization has been working with both rural and urban populations in Western Cambodia to create strong, self-reliant, and independent communities. To achieve this goal, CHO has provided educational opportunities to more than 3,700 children, dug 61 deep-water wells and 31 ponds, trained hundreds of youth in essential life skills and launched dozens of women heads of household into farming and fishing cottage industries. Central to CHO’s work in these communities is access to a safe and reliable source of water. Through partnership with Lifewater International and ActiveWater, CHO will bring transforming water and hygiene knowledge to communities where women and children are most at risk from contaminated water, from unexploded land mines, and from assault and abduction in their search for water.
Cambodian Hope Organization