Global Sustainable Partnerships

Global Sustainable Partnerships (GSP) is a 501(c)(3) organization established in 2010 with the vision to improve access to clean and safe drinking water for children in developing countries, as well as empower women with tools to help break the cycle of poverty and improve overall health and fiscal independence for their families. In order to accomplish this long-term vision, the mission of GSP is focused on improving the health and education of children by building community interest and increasing awareness of the value of clean water and affordability of safe water systems. 

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Providing Clean Water Access

According to a recent, government-conducted household survey, just 52% of Tanzanians have access to an improved water source (defined by the World Health Organization and UNICEF as likely to be protected from outside contamination by nature of construction or through active intervention). Approximately one third of the nation’s land is semi-arid to arid, and this climate only exacerbates the dear…

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