Bangladesh – one of the most densely populated countries – has plentiful water sources, but these are subject to constant pollution. A combination of climate change influenced natural disasters, rising sea levels and persistent floods, are all making access to clean water a near impossibility. This crisis leaves many inhabitants within high-risk areas prone to water and sanitation related challenges.
We are already benefiting over 150 people in Bangladesh already with access to water, but in order to be a part of the solution at the local level, Care Across Communities is scaling up its program by installing more tube wells in rural communities in Bangladesh to help more people.
This initiative aims to promote human wellness and will ensure that inhabitants have access to safe water; to keep this momentum going, however, we need support to make our actions sustainable.