NOT A WATER
DIGDEEP is building sustainable water projects with local partners and affected communities that harness the power of a human rights-based approach to development for thousands of beneficiaries.
EVERY HUMAN BEING HAS A
RIGHT TO CLEAN WATER.
WATER POVERTY ISN'T A
PROBLEM. IT'S AN INJUSTICE.
DIGDEEP delivers an annual series of classes on water, conflict and human rights at IUST, the only center for peace and conflict studies in Kashmir, one of the most infamous conflict zones in the world.
100% OF YOUR DONATIONS
FUND OUR WATER PROJECTS.
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DIGDEEP is working with community and non-profit leaders to bring improved water access to over 370 Navajo in New Mexico. American Indians are one of the only US populations facing serious water poverty.
DIGDEEP is planning a fully functional drinking water system to serve a community of over 5000 people with our friends at AFRINET and Water Collective. Updates and pictures are on the way.
For up-to-the-minute news from our global water projects, visit the blog: FieldNotes. It's hosted on Tumbir, so it's easy to browse and share.
Trust us with your email address and we'll send you pleasantly infrequent updates from the field. You'll also recieve event invites, monthly playlists and other gems from our LA headquarters.