in Asia still lack access to clean water.

How different would your life be without clean drinking water?

In the age of artificial intelligence and driverless cars, the necessity of clean water is often overlooked. Often neglected as well, are the many rural communities who still face challenges accessing clean water regularly.

For them, clean water is a Window of Hope for better health and a better quality of life.

  • A woman scooping water from a rainwater harvesting jar, Cambodia. The earthen jars used to collect rainwater are not cleaned regularly and often contaminated with animal droppings and other pollutants.

  • A woman climbs down a rudimentary river quay made of bamboo, Kakayo village, Myanmar. Two hours away from the nearest town, Kakayo village has few amenities and villagers have to travel to the neighbouring village for health services.

  • Children playing in flooded rice fields, Preaek Chrey commune, Cambodia. Ms. Sokha Sinoeun, principal of Preaek Chrey elementary school estimates that on average 5 students miss classes each month due to fever and diarrhoea.

  • A boy in the village school, Kakayo, Myanmar. In 2016, a diarrhoea epidemic in the village during the dry season led to the death of a 2 year old.