Air Water Africa : the future of clean water access

Providing an innovative, economical, ecological, and ethical solution for access to clean water: machines that produce water from atmospheric humidity.

In response to the water and refugee crisis in Kenya, AWA has proposed the "Kakuma Water Access Project". This project aims to improve the living conditions of refugees in the Kakuma camp located in northwestern Kenya.

The camp suffers from a lack of clean water which has led to outbreaks of waterborne diseases, insecurity, increased gender inequality, etc. Seeing this need, AWA decided to make available to the camp one of its machines that produce water from the air.

The goal is to create a new source of drinking water for the refugees so that they can access clean water easily and safely.

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Héloïse DU MESNIL
In charge of humanitarian and public water access projects
Air Water Africa

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