Lifeline seeks to spark catalytic change across the developing world by implementing low-cost and replicable interventions that profoundly improve the quality of life.
Clear Water Impoverished individuals who were drinking from contaminated sources and wasting countless hours each year collecting water have gained access to clean drinking water. The impact has been to profoundly improve their health and livelihood.Clear Water Initiatives
Clean Cook Stove Indigent villagers and urban dwellers who use wood and/or charcoal for cooking have gained access to clean and affordable fuel-saving stoves. The impact has been vast savings in both time and money as well as a dramatic reduction in exposure to toxic smoke.Clean Stove Programs
Meet Doris: one of the only female hand-pump mechanics in Uganda.
Since 2012, she’s fixed so many wells that she’s lost track of the number.
“I encourage other women to be trained as pump mechanics
since it is the women who suffer the most when a well breaks down.”