Clean Water for the World (CWFW) works with communities, organizations and other partners to make water available to any and all who need it. By uniquely building off relationships others have built in communities, CWFW complements community development work communities have already done. Water purifiers are installed in public spaces, such as clinics, schools, and/or churches where water must be made publicly accessible and at no cost to community members. With a capacity of serving up to 600 community members, the water purifier helps save time and money by removing the need for other purifying methods, collecting water, and by reducing incidences of waterborne illnesses.
With 250 units installed the world over, CWFW is primarily concentrated in Central America and the Caribbean. A majority of the purifiers are installed in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Haiti.