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Corona Island, Philippines

Corona Island, Philippines

In June 2019, VivoBlu filters arrived in Banuang Daan, on Coron island in the Philippines. A team of dentists, doctors, and missionaries provided 250 filters that were distributed to families in the village and are now providing clean drinking water to over 1,250 people.

Amazon Villages, Peru

Amazon Villages, Peru

350 clean water filter systems were deployed to the Loreto region in the Amazon Rainforest. These filters were installed in schools, clinics, and family homes, providing clean water to more than 2000 people in multiple villages along the Amazon region in Peru.

Boneza, Rwanda

Boneza, Rwanda

In January of 2020--in partnership with Arise Rwanda Ministries in Boneza, Rwanda--a team from Denver, Colorado traveled to Rwanda with 250 filters that were distributed to families, schools and to widows of the genocide. In total, these filters are providing clean water to over 1,250 people.

West Bengal, India

West Bengal, India

In March of 2019, we distributed 100 filters to 50 families in the slums and 50 families in the villages of West Bengal, India. Today, those filters are providing clean water to over 700 people! The water from these filters has been tested monthly to ensure cleanliness and after 27 months of data collection, all filters were still functioning at safe levels, removing dangerous bacteria. Every family is reporting that their children are healthy.

Hurricane Ida, Louisiana USA

Hurricane Ida, Louisiana USA

In the aftermath of Hurricane Ida in August of 2021, southern Louisiana was left devastated. Countless homes across the region were damaged or completely destroyed, and millions of people were left without access to the most important necessity of life: safe drinking water. Water for All deployed 224 filter systems in partnership with Convoy of Hope to residents in hard-hit Galliano, Louisiana. These systems provided safe drinking water for more than 1000 people in this struggling community.