A healthy person must drink at least three gallons (48 cups) of water per day.
Americans consume an average of approximately 90 gallons of water per day. In many developing countries, water consumption for an average person is as low as 5 gallons per day.
750 million people living in the world do not have access to clean water. Almost half are in Africa.
More than 30 different types of bacteria and viruses live in contaminated waters sources used regularly by people who don’t have access to other source of water.
840,000 people die every year from water related diseases. 620,000 of them are children under the age of 5.
A single water well can serve clean, safe water to up to 2000 people for years if maintained and upkeeped.
Since 2014, Embrace Relief, with the help of its volunteers, have built approximately 150 water wells in 8 different countries and provided clean drinking water to more than 84,000 locals