Lifeline is a sustainable development organization that promotes low cost and replication interventions that profoundly improve the quality of life
Lifeline believes that the two conditions most responsible for the plight of impoverished and vulnerable individuals throughout the developing world are the lack of access to clean, safe drinking water and a clean and efficient method of cooking. Lifeline is addressing these problems by producing fresh water wells, implementing community-led hygiene and sanitation initiatives and promoting the widespread adoption of fuel-efficient stoves as an alternative to cooking on an open “three-stone” fire.
Lifeline seeks to spark catalytic change across the developing world by implementing low-cost and replicable interventions that profoundly improve
the quality of life.