SOLVATTEN users in Songot, Turkana. The arid north western part of Kenya where water is scarce. People use contaminated water that they scoop up from holes in dry river beds. Water born diseases are common here.
SOLVATTEN users in Songot, Turkana -located in north western Kenya where water is scarce. People use contaminated water that is scooped up from holes dug in dry river beds. Water born diseases are common here.

Thanks to a generous grant from the Erling Persson Family Foundation, SOLVATTEN has launched a safe water campaign for Kakuma. Erling Persson was the founder of H&M and today Stefan Persson, his son, is the chairman of the family’s philanthropic foundation. The Turkana campaign aims to reach more than 100,000 people and is being implemented by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC). 

All fundraising is administered by SOLVATTEN’s Charitable Foundation. The foundation has been set up to improve the lives of people living in chronic poverty without safe water in an environmentally sustainable way. 

Join our campaign to better the lives for 100’000 people! Lets go! 
Lets go!

 

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