Clean water saves lives and improves the whole family's health

Water-borne parasites compound the effects of malnutrition, making diarrhea the second biggest killer of under-five year olds.

Narú introduces fresh water systems for entire communities, while also providing training in sanitation and the sustainable use of water resources.

Bringing water to individual homes, schools and health posts means no more hours spent collecting drinking water – nor washing clothes in the same water source.

Mothers gain time in the home, children time for study, and the entire family avoids repeated and debilitating stomach infections.

The men of Nuevo Palin build their distribution tank, which will serve 42 families