Project41 has established a partnership with The Sustainable Practices Lab at Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla.
Project41 creates income opportunities, improves food security, and provides access to clean water for poor rural households, health centers, and schools in the developing world.
We are always looking for new partners. If you or your organization would like to find out more please contact us.
“Half the world’s hospital beds are filled by people suffering from water-borne diseases”
We have seen the ravages of water-borne illness first hand and we have dedicated our lives to change this horrible reality.
Our SafeTap water filtration system has been specifically designed to work in the context of the developing world.
The Rainmaker is a simple tool that allows a farmer who normally must rely on seasonal, unpredictable rainfall, to thoroughly and easily irrigate land. Our pumps are capable of delivering up to 50 gallons of water per minute.Learn more
See the places where we work, learn more about the people we are working with and how our tools are giving them a hand up, not a hand out.Visit the blog
Clean water is essential to life, yet there are over 663 million people who only have access to dirty, contaminated water.