Maher" (in the Marathi language) means "Mother's Home": a haven of hope, belonging and understanding, and it’s mission is to help destitute women, children and men from all over India exercise their right to a higher quality of life, irrespective of gender, caste, creed or religion. LEARN MORE


 Lifesaving Water
Aqwalife will support WaterAid’s work in the regions of Teso and Karamoja in Eastern Uganda to offer lifesaving water, sanitation and hygiene interventions in Uganda. A partnership with WaterAid will help reach people with water, sanitation and hygiene in these villages. LEARN MORE 

Tigray, Ethiopia

Tigray is one of the most drought prone regions in Ethiopia. In Tigray, only 48 percent of people can access clean water – ten percent less than the national average. Women and children often walk two or more hours each day across steep, rugged terrain to collect water from polluted rivers for their households. The majority of families are forced to survive on a strict ration of about five liters of water per day. In addition, more than 60 percent of the population practices open defecation, due primarily to lack of adequate toilets. As a result, more than 250,000 children in Ethiopia die each year from water- and sanitation-related diseases. LEARN MORE 

Swachhata (cleanliness)

 Aqwalife has donated water filters to 22 such village anganwadis.  The Aqwalife team has visited these remote mountainous villages to distribute the filters and explain how they are to be used. This will directly benefit 400 children by improving the quality of the water they drink, especially during the monsoons.LEARN MORE