Safe Water for Sara

Safe Water for Sara

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Thursday, November 14, 2013 - 9:00am

CAMPAIGN: Clorox Safe Water Project


By Andreina Febres, Safe Water Project manager

The Safe Water Project is helping to provide Sara and other children with clean drinking water.

The Clorox Safe Water Project has been operating in four rural communities in northern Peru for a little over a year. With the installation of community bleach dispensers and education on the importance of safe water and good health and hygiene practices, more than 50 percent of households are now treating the water they drink and use for cooking/cleaning.

This initiative has been life-changing for these communities and for our own team. ​We have opened peoples’ eyes to the problem of unsafe water and empowered them to take action. For us, we have been deeply affected by seeing first-hand the challenges these communities face and grateful for the opportunity to help make a difference.

This time, through our videos, we would like to show you what a day looks like for some of these families in the Tambogrande region who must labor to have what many of us take for granted: safe water.

Making Life Better for Sara

Bringing Safe Water to Tambogrande

To read more about our Safe Water Project, please visit the CR Matters Blog.