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Lower Nyakach, Kenya

Lower Nyakach, Kenya

Initial anecdotal reports from the district hospital in Pap Onditi, Kenya, which serves the Lower and Upper Nyakach regions, report a 40-73% decrease in diarrhea since the introduction of the Friends of the Old (FOTO) project intervention using evidence-based...

Bright Water Radio Interview

Bright Water Radio Interview

Sarah Etheridge, Bright Water Foundation’s Director of Programs, was recently interviewed on the radio. Listen to her explanation of Bright Water Foundation’s goals and methods.

Overview of Water Quality Testing Methods

Overview of Water Quality Testing Methods

Water quality monitoring is often a missing factor in programs to improve access to safe drinking water in developing countries, despite its importance from a public health standpoint. This is because standard tests using multiple tube fermentation or membrane...

Safe Water Tools

Your Donations Have A Huge Impact Our educational framework and technology allow us to achieve real results as we work to eliminate waterborne disease worldwide. Supported by your generous donations we can really work to make a difference.   The Portable...

Why We Test For E. Coli

Why We Test For E. Coli

It’s important we test for disease-causing microbes, such as bacteria and viruses, as we attempt to verify whether water is safe to drink. But with so many out there it’s almost impossible and very impractical for people to test for all of them. Instead, we test...