Restoring some dignity to those who risk losing everything.

148

additional water points installed

850

metres of water supply pipes laid

710

metres of sewage pipes laid

154

water boilers repaired

We make sure that refugees have access to clean water.

Water is life. Clean water is vital to live without illness. However, in many places this basic human right is not guaranteed.

We install sinks and taps that offer a clean water supply and adequate drainage.

Beyond that, we construct showers and wash areas to do laundry and wash dishes.

 

We install, repair and maintain sanitation facilities.

Nowadays, clean toilets are a given. In refugee camps, already a functional toilet is an exception.

We are giving back a piece of normality.

With pragmatic approach: When something breaks, we fix it. When something is dirty, we clean it. And when there are no sanitation facilities to be found, we build them.

17

WASH containers installed (with partners)

15

WASH containers refurbished

137

additional toilets made available (with partners)

105

additional showers made available (with partners)

We ensure that a shelter lives up to its name.

We don't build living spaces, but we do make sure that existing accommodation is made acceptable and durable: By providing warmth and electricity - protection from wind and weather.

119

roofs for containers built

182

lamps installed

4300

metres of electric cables made available

1500

square metres of tarps installed

Sustainable help with a plan

We don't do what we do just like that. We want our work to align with international standards.

With that in mind, we use the WASH (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene) standards of the World Health Organisation and the Sphere Handbook as guidelines.

We're helping refugees. And you can help too!

Refugees risk losing everything. Let's work together to make sure a little bit of dignity is returned to them.

How can you support us? With your time, money - or by sharing our story to others.

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