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The Peter Wallenberg Water for All Foundation offers the network of local Water for All organizations co-funding for projects that give long-term access to clean drinking water. How the Foundation works

Water pump

What is WASH – Water, Sanitation and Hygiene?

Atlas Copco

Dr. Peter Wallenberg (1926–2015)

About the importance of water

Facts and projects

25M donations received
97% contributed to projects
3% other costs
35 projects completed

● Vanuatu Solomon Islands
● Tanzania Ukutini, Mkoani, Tanzania
● Eden Gumbesi phase 2, Kenya
● Luano B School, Chingola, Zambia
Ripple effects in Uganda, Pader District, Northern Uganda
● Water Leadership Program, Mongolia
● Reducing Tuul River water pollution by increasing efficiency of pre-treatment facility of tannery plant, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

PWWP, Malawi
● Bringing water to mexican district, Mexico
● 2nd Deep well in Komollo, Awasi, Kenya
● Water project Isfara, Tadjikistan
Twali School Project, Zambia
● 8 drilled wells in Nigeria
● Patamela project, Songwe, Tanzania
● Supporting syrian refugees, Lebanon
● Village Tatrav and Tropeang Tuok, Siem Reap, Cambodia
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● Piped Tap Stand for a Health Clinic 2022, Rwanda
● Project EAU-ET-VIE, Benin
● Mexican Girls & Boys in a healthy water & sanitation environment

● School Sanitation in Mongolia
● Water for Zakarpattya region in Ukraine
● W4A JPN, East Timor
● Cupui Kindergarten, Vietnam
Water & Health in South Sudan
● Chance School, Uganda 
● WASH for Karunjie, West Australia
● Uganda Kyaka II
● HABRO Project, Oromo Region, Ethiopia
● Geita Project, Tanzania
● Construcción de un pozo en Zabzugu, Ghana
● Madagascar 22
● Tatrav Safe Water Extension, Cambodia
● Nicaraguan Schools Sanitation Project



Thanks to the well, Doris can still fetch water every day and retain her dignity.


In Golden Village, the women have formed a group to breed and sell chickens.


With their own borehole and pump, the villages have access to clean water and save hours every day.


The boreholes are drilled by local contractors using equipment that functions well in an African environment.