Lifewater Canada is a Christian, non-profit humanitarian organization. Our Strategy is simple: Volunteers train & equip African crews; Crews Drill Wells & build Washrooms; Donors help villages afford these necessities.
Global Water is an international non-profit, non-sectarian, non-governmental organization. By emphasizing volunteer help, Global Water serves as a vehicle for caring individuals to get involved in the world-wide effort to provide clean drinking water for developing countries.
As communities are established, as populations increase, our shared responsibility should not only be directed towards monitoring the provincial inter-ministerial and public processes in place on what has and is occurring in our local watersheds, and to our subsurface flows, but also to become visionaries for the future well being of those community residents and to the integrity of our watersheds.
The IRC offers news and information, advice, research and training, on low-cost water supply and sanitation in developing countries.
Health Canada is responsible for the assessment of exposure and impact on human health of selected contaminants in tap and groundwater, in order to establish national drinking water quality guidelines, conducting drinking water research supporting technology development/transfer, and assessment of drinking water treatment processes.
DEFRA is responsible for all aspects of water policy in England, including water supply and resources, and the regulatory systems for the water environment and the water industry. These include: drinking water quality,
the quality of water in rivers, lakes and estuaries, coastal and marine waters, sewage treatment, and reservoir safety.
Information on domestic roofwater harvesting and research in the southern hemisphere.