Paul Newman's Safe Water Network Is Saving Lives
Safe Water Network was co-founded in 2006 by the late actor and philanthropist Paul Newman. In 2008, Safe Water Network established field offices in Accra, Ghana and New Delhi in India.
Paul's dream has made is possible to give over a quarter of a million people daily access to safe water. Safe Water Network's team of local water experts is making it possible for communities to own and manage Safe Water Stations.
Today their teams oversee field initiatives, host forums and workshops, as well as produce publications and research about the work. These teams are made up of some of the world's most educated and esteemed water experts. They are empowering communities around the world to overcome the challenges to local sustainability.
"If you can just replicate that over and over again, community by community, with other organizations, the potential of the solution is really significant," noted Amanda Gimble, Senior Vice President of Safe Water Network. "Water is life and you are transforming lives through safe water."
Watch and see their work and the real life impact it is having in hundreds of communities.
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