Clean Water for Rural Areas of Indonesia & Tanzania


Encinitas , CA US

Project Overview

Nearly one out of two Indonesians lacks access to safe water, and more than 70 percent of the nation’s 225 million people rely on potentially contaminated sources. Water security issues are tied to the country's rapid development, poor urban infrastructure, and stretched institutional capacity.

In Tanzania roughly 50 percent of the population has access to an improved source of safe water, and only 34 percent of Tanzania’s population has access to improved sanitation. Under these circumstances people, particularly women and girls, spend a significant amount of time traveling some distance to collect water.

Please help us aid those in need. This a joint fundraiser in effort to bring safe water accessability to villages in rural areas of both these countries . Small Steps for Compassion Non-profit Organization will be assisting the distribution in Tanzania, and Yehuda Ben-Hamo will be distrubiting filters throughout Indonesia.

Statistics & Progress

Destination Indonesia, Tanzania

Filter Goal
1 of 10

Potential Access to Clean Water 1,000+


Cole Harmening
Donated: $70