The H2GO technology provides rural communities with more than just clean water for better health. Women have time to work and contribute to their household income, while children have time to attend school and prepare for a brighter future. This empowers them to break free from poverty, and change their lives for good. Together we can unlock people’s innate potential with clean and safe water.

Our Work Around The World

As of 2011, more than half of the water departments in Colombia had contaminated water, with 15% of departments being at “high risk”*. Only 12.5% of water is declared safe for human consumption. Water samples collected nationwide were found to be contaminated with residual chlorine as well as microorganisms, E. coli, and coliform bacteria.

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H2GO is working with local partners to provide solutions to needy communities. Our standalone systems do not need electricity, chemicals or any other infrastructure to create sterile drinking water making them the best solutions for even the most remote and hard to access regions.

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India’s huge and growing population is outpacing the country’s water resources, especially in the rural areas. Meanwhile, climate change is depleting the nation’s water sources. According to a 2018 report, 600 million people suffer acute water shortages and 200,000 die each year from poor water quality. 21 major cities are running out of water and several cities have turned off their taps. Millions of people have to line up daily to collect water from emergency government tanks while gangs have cornered the water black market.

We are working hard with our local partner, Nano H2O Saver India Pvt Ltd to fight water poverty perpetuated by the water crisis. H2GO’s easy to install and easy-to-use systems provide communities across India with a reliable source of clean drinking water.

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The Philippines is battered by about 20 typhoons every year, bringing death and destruction, usually to the poorest communities of the poor Southeast Asian country. In 2017, The Philippines was hit with heavy rains that flooded more than half of Tacloban City, forcing the evacuation of thousands family from their homes.

In part of helping the victims in Tacloban City, we are fortunate to work with our partners in the Philippines who share our passion to help to provide the victims with safe clean drinking water during this calamity. Funds were collected through crowd-funding, enabling us to provide H2GO Carry Cans to families across the city. Each Carry Can can supply up to 40,000 litres of sterile drinking water, enough to provide a family of 5 for up to 4 years.

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About 1 in 5 people in Ghana rely on untreated surface water, making them vulnerable to waterborne diseases such as typhoid fever and diarrhoea. About 15 million people suffer from schistosomiasis each year. Most poor households can’t afford home water systems so they often pay private vendors ten times more for clean water.

H2GO works closely with Aqua Africa to provide communities with clean water. With financing from international partners, we help build high-technology solutions. Phase one began in August 2016, with the UK and Ghana Governments collaborating to deliver H2GO’s range of filtration and storage solutions. The goal is to lift 1,000,000 people up from water poverty.

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South Africa is facing a serious water crisis due to population growth and climate change. Cape Town is constantly under threat of “Day Zero” – when all taps will be shut off. About 5 million people still lack access to safe drinking water. Besides health problems, this keeps families in poverty as much time is spent walking long distances just to fetch water.

H2GO is collaborating closely with local partners to evade the urgent water crisis in South Africa.

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Climate change is having a severe impact on reservoir levels and several states are facing an impending water crisis. Some have already been forced to implement water rationing in urban areas during dry seasons. People living in rural areas often have to drink untreated water from unsafe sources, resulting in dramatic increases in water-borne diseases. The deep interiors are very remote and inaccessible, making it difficult and costly to build water infrastructure to serve the indigenous people living there.

H2GO has installed almost 10,000 R1 units in over 7,000 rural villages around Malaysia, providing a cost-effective, long-term and maintenance-free solution. Having clean water at the turn of the tap means these communities can focus on other areas development.

Ending water poverty is achievable in our lifetime

H2GO Technology is changing the lives of millions around the world. Help us turn the water crisis around and empower more communities.