Did you know that

485,000 diarrhoeal deaths occur each year because

of contaminated drinking water?

According to the World Health Organization, 785 million people lack basic drinking-water service, 144 million people are dependent on surface water and at least 2 billion people use a drinking water source contaminated with faeces.

The figures may sound enormous, but we can do something right where we are. By donating just $1 to the Give Life Project, you would be contributing greatly to improving the water condition of 20 Communities around the world.


Give Life is a Project Water Initiative of Reachout Campaigns Foundation  aimed at providing sustainable sources of  potable water  to 20 communities around the world. This  we would achieve by working together with  volunteers from these communities and sponsors like you. The selected communities are desperately in need of portable water, with individuals in many of them trekking  several  miles per day to access water.

When next you are about to drink water from a bottle, or turn a tap of clean water, remember that millions around the world, do not have such luxury but you can help by giving just $1

20  Communities

Community 1- Villa Hortensia

A remote community located in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic. Villa Hortensia is a community in dire need of clean water. As at 2015, 1.5 million people in Dominican Republic didn’t have access to clean water.
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Community 2- Oscar, Berger, Guatemala

Named after a former Mayor in the country, the community in Guatemala is in dire need of Water. The current access they have to water is from tanker
supplies which rarely comes and when it does, the water is contaminated with rust and impurity before it arrives the community.

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Community 3- Hlaingthayar,Yangon,Myanmar

Hlaingthaya is an zurban Slum and one of the poorest townships in Yangon. In 2008 after the Nargis Cyclone affected parts of Yangon, and the Delta area,ost people moved to Hlaingthayar township, making it over crowded. Presently several townships in Myanmar are experiencing scarcity of water...
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Community 4- Lumut Indonesia

Lumut Village, Indonesia is an unknown settlement because it's in the obscure part of the province but for those that know Lumut, they can identify its residents for their job as traditional miners. The village of Lumut, has only 1 Elementary School consisting of two classrooms...

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