Our project “Water to the people”, addresses one of the most fundamental problems faced by many communities around the world, the lack of clean water and proper sanitation. Unfortunately, the numbers are staggering. Dirty water often carries diseases like cholera, dysentery and typhoid which kill more than 5000 children every single day. Women and girls in Sub-Saharan Africa spend more than 40 billion hours every year collecting water. This stops them from attending school as well as from working to provide for their families. The lack of clean water consequently translates into lack of appropriate sanitation facilities, in particular toilets, showers and washbasins, which in turn cause their own set of problems. We want to change this for as many people as possible.