How clean water supports women and girls

Partnering with the P&G Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program has enabled CARE to create new possibilities in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities.

A young girl in Kenya now has access to clean water, thanks to the P&G Purifier of Water packets.
Photograph Courtesy P&G

In many parts of the world, an important key to freedom and growth can be something as simple as clean water. For some women and girls in Kenya, several hours each day are routinely spent searching for and retrieving potable water for their families and communities. As basic as it may seem in other parts of the world, in these places, easy access to clean water can be life-changing and liberating, freeing up time and energy for more enriching opportunities.

Job Wasonga, Project Manager with the global poverty fighting organization CARE in Kenya, sees this first-hand. “CARE works with many of the most vulnerable households and communities of the world. In Kenya, we have projects responding to humanitarian crises

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