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Enjoying Clean Water

Expand international support to developing countries in water and sanitation issues, like water harvesting, desalination, wastewater treatment, and recycling.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Rotary Clubs: Rotary International  and its local chapters often initiate and support projects related to water and sanitation in developing countries.

  2. Faith-Based Organizations: Many engage in philanthropic efforts, including supporting water and sanitation projects in developing regions.

  3. Student-led Initiatives: May organize fundraisers and awareness campaigns to support water and sanitation projects abroad.

  4. Community Foundations: May allocate funds and resources to international projects, including those related to water and sanitation.

  5. Youth Groups: May focus on raising awareness and funds for water and sanitation initiatives in developing countries.

  6. Environmental Organizations: May broaden their scope to include support for international water and sanitation projects.

  7. Women's Associations: May work on projects that address water and sanitation needs, recognizing the impact on women and families in developing countries.

  8. Social Service Clubs: May extend their efforts to include fundraising and support for global water and sanitation projects.

  9. Community Development Associations: May extend their mission to include international projects, such as those related to water and sanitation.

  10. Community Health Initiatives: May collaborate with international partners to improve water and sanitation conditions in developing countries.

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