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Every 1$ invested in Water and sanitation brings 8 to 12$ in economics return.

(UNDP)

Giving for water is more than we think

 

 

 

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Support Water Improvements Globally with a professional baseball player, Mr. Darvish Yu
 

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Mr. Darvish Yu is a talented professional baseball pitcher who was among the first Japanese athletes to turn his attention to global water issues and has made great strides to bring safe, clean water to needy people around the world.

In 2007, Mr. Darvish established the "Darvish Yu Water Fund" in collaboration with us.

Since its establishment, the Darvish Yu Water Fund has supported 6 projects to provide safe drinking water to people in Nepal, Solomon Islands, Cambodia, Kenya, and Sri Lanka.

He has been endowing this fund by donating 100,000 yen for every win during the regular baseball season. People with a desire to support this water work also can contribute to the fund with him

» For more details

 
Support Grass-roots Activities to improve access to Water and Sanitation in the Developing World
   

Worldwide, 900 million people lack access to safe drinking water and 2.6 billion people have no access to improved sanitation.
Every day, four thousand children lose their lives due to diarrhoeal diseases caused by unsafe water, inadequate sanitation or insufficient hygiene.

A gift of about one thousand yen can provide WASH training for eight people.
A household toilet can be purchased for about four thousand yen.

Your gift will help people gain access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene education

Projects
» Installing rainwater tanks and Promoting local business by Microfinancing (South West Peninsula of Lombok, Indonesia)
» Environmental Hygiene Improvement Project in Bangladesh (Joint Project with WaterAid) (Japanese contents)
» Reconstruction Assistance for Flood Victims (Sherpur, Bangladesh)
» Projects supported by the JWF Fund

 
Buy UCHIMIZU Towel and Support the Bangladesh People who suffer from flooding
 

The JWF contributes a part of the sales of Uchimizu Tenugui (Towel), a popular Uchimizu memento made in Bangladesh, to support relief activities in the disaster-stricken areas.

 

Buy UCHIMIZU Towel and Support the Bangladesh People who suffer from flooding
 
(Closed) Support the People who suffer from the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami

The JWF called for donations to support water and sanitation-related projects for victims of the 2011 earthquake. Thanks to your donations, the JWF has been able to support a rainwater utilization project in temporary housing in Natori, Miyagi Prefecture, and to provide drainage pumps to mitigate flood damage caused by land subsidence in Matsushima.

It is already two and a half years since the earthquake, and the need for support is shifting to another stage. Therefore, we have decided to end our fund-raising campaign. Hereafter, we are planning to review our support projects and continue to participate in water and sanitation activities in times of disaster. Thank you again for your support and cooperation.


The Japan Water Forum is collecting donations for providing people in the disaster hit areas with water-related assistance.
We are planning to use part of the donations for promoting rainwater utilization in temporary housing in the cities of Sendai and Natori, Miyagi Prefecture.
The purpose of this project is to improve access to water and reduce a burden of water bills on the residents who put up with the inconveniences of unsettled lifestyle.

  Projects
  Rainwater Project for temporary housing communities
  » Outline
  » Report (Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture)
  » Report (Natori City, Miyagi Prefecture)

  Installation of Submersible Drainage Pumps
  » Inundation damage caused by ground sinking due to the Great East Japan Earthquake
  » Report (Matsushima Town, Miyagi Prefecture)

   Support and Encouragement Project
  » Report (Higashi-Matsushima City and Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture)(Japanese)