We are an American Outdoor Gear Company… with a mission.
We want to help change the world.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 884 million people in the world don’t have access to clean water.
Clean water saves lives by reducing fatal water borne diseases and saves time and energy spent walking to clean water sources.
We’ve partnered with over 100 different organizations in more than 80 countries to provide clean water solutions.
Give Clean Water and Sawyer Products Provide Clean Water To Thousands in Fiji After Back-to-back Cyclones.
NADI, FIJI – May 11, 2018
As residents in the tourist town Nadi, Fiji prepared for two back-to-back cyclones in April, Pastor Praveen Chand vividly recalls the endless torrential rain that flooded his church, Anand Assembly of God – not once, but twice.
Read how Sawyer Products has partnered with Give Clean Water and the Fiji government to help bring clean water to the nearly 500,000 residents left with contaminated water due to the most recent Cyclones.Read the Full Story
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With the help of Sawyer filters, Fiji will become one of the first nations with a border to border clean water solution. Sawyer filters will bring clean water to the nearly 50% of the population that does not have access to a treated water supply. Many of these communities rely on contaminated wells or rivers for their water supply. GIS (geographic information system) software is currently tracking the implementation of 100,000 Sawyer filters and the results for the following will be submitted for publication in journals and be featured in clean water conferences around the world:
• Diarrhea reduction
• Work and school days recaptured associated with waterborne sickness
• Purchased water savings and medical savings associated with waterborne sickness
Clean Water for All of Liberia
Partner: The Last Well
With the help of Sawyer filters, Liberia will be the first developing country with clean water, border to border, in every household by December of 2020. Sawyer filters will bring clean water to the last 20% of rural Liberia that everyone said was impossible to reach. THE STUDY: Independent, U.S.-based scientific research teams from Calvin College are collecting and processing data from GIS (geographic information system) software. Currently, they are tracking the implementation of 100,000 Sawyer filters placed throughout Liberia. The results will be submitted for peer review and scientific publication in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.Learn More