Today on World Water Day, we’re remembering the 768 million people who don’t have access to clean water — including more than 2.5 million Syrian refugees. 
Across the globe, these families struggle every day to find safe drinking water. Often, all that’s available is unsanitary and risks disease, but they have no choice — their lives depend on it.
You can take just a moment today to stand up for these families. Sign the petition and tell Congress that every person deserves clean water. Support the Water for the World Act.

Today on World Water Day, we’re remembering the 768 million people who don’t have access to clean water — including more than 2.5 million Syrian refugees. 

Across the globe, these families struggle every day to find safe drinking water. Often, all that’s available is unsanitary and risks disease, but they have no choice — their lives depend on it.

You can take just a moment today to stand up for these families. Sign the petition and tell Congress that every person deserves clean water. Support the Water for the World Act.

Take a look at many of our programs and you’ll find a common theme: clean water is the foundation of change.
When people have a safe and reliable water source, they are healthier and more productive. They are able to prevent disease, grow more food, raise stronger animals, avoid conflict, and spend more time pursuing an education and economic improvement.
See photos of the ways we’re making the world’s water go further.
Photo: Mathieu Rouquette/Mercy Corps

Take a look at many of our programs and you’ll find a common theme: clean water is the foundation of change.

When people have a safe and reliable water source, they are healthier and more productive. They are able to prevent disease, grow more food, raise stronger animals, avoid conflict, and spend more time pursuing an education and economic improvement.

See photos of the ways we’re making the world’s water go further.

Photo: Mathieu Rouquette/Mercy Corps