Developing tools that empower the poor to lift themselves out of poverty. At Project41, we seek to create income opportunities, improve food security, and provide access to clean water for poor rural households, health centers, and schools in the developing world. We do this by developing low tech, affordable, and appropriate technology solutions that work in remote developing world locations.
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At Project41, we seek to create income opportunities, improve food security, and provide access to clean water for poor rural households, health centers, and schools in the developing world. We do this by developing low tech, affordable, and appropriate technology solutions that work in remote developing world locations. We have established a partnership with The Sustainable Practices Lab at Washington State Penitentiary in the city of Walla Walla. The prisoners a part of SPL are passionate about the poor and have taken up our cause by building our SafeTap filters! This amazing relationship allows us to make our systems available to other non-profits or organizations interested in bringing clean water to the communities they are engaged in.
We are also working to partner with local non-profits in the developing world who will sell our systems at an affordable price, allowing owners to create profitable social enterprises. We are so grateful for our partnerships as well as all of the businesses, families, and individuals who have been so generous with their time and finances to continually enable us to impact the lives of some of the poorest in our world.
"In 35 years of working in Africa, I have tried every method imaginable in the quest for reliable safe water. Nothing even comes close to the P41 system. It is a Godsend. It is a timely technology that will make a tremendous difference in the quality of life for people in any context where safe water is an issue."
-David Arzouni, President, Wassa Mali Association
"After his first harvest, Moses realized he could use the Rainmaker to transport water needed to create bricks. This proved to be extremely lucrative. Moses used the Rainmaker to create 20,000 bricks, which he sold for 300 UGX each. After accounting for his expense, he turned a profit of $1374.80 from the bricks. Moses used his Rainmaker to create a business, increase income, and provide for his family!"
Check out a story from one of our RainMaker projects in Uganda here: https://project41.exposure.co/hope-in-the-hills-of-uganda