Jan 13, 2022
The Water cycle is actually the cycle of life. And this was something known by the brightest minds in history. Jacques-Yves Cousteau said: “we forget that the Water cycle and the life cycle are one” while Leonardo Da Vinci described Water as “the driving force of all Nature”.
Apr 23, 2021
The Ndambe project is Elliot For Water very first clean water project realized in collaboration with WellFound, a local NGO.
Mar 31, 2021
Interview to Inga Storen, a teacher in Rwanda school, about how the water issues impact the children education
Mar 15, 2021
How Elliot For Water startup journey started
Mar 22, 2021
In line with this spirit, and to celebrate World Water Day, Elliot for Water came up with 5 fun and easy ways to save water, and have an impact on the world, every day.
Mar 30, 2022
In the past entrepreneurs used to be those who had an idea, started a business and their main goal was to make profits. They would write out a business plan, convince investors to back them and work tirelessly to create a profitable business. However, nowadays startups are a key part of our economic structure.
Apr 20, 2022
Water scarcity has been dubbed one of the greatest challenges of our time, affecting millions of people globally. What can be done when natural resources are unable to reach a region’s demand?
May 3, 2022
Education is one of the most important ways communities can lift themselves out of poverty.
By the time a child finishes school, they will have countless more opportunities than those who didn’t get the chance to get an education. In fact, on a global scale, every year a girl stays in school, she can expect her income to rise by 15 - 25%.
Apr 13, 2022
While many communities across the world experience water scarcity, one group is disproportionately affected by water shortages. There is a prominent link between gender equality and water.
For women and girls the burden of collecting water and the lack of access to bathrooms severely affects their quality of life.
At Elliot for Water, we encourage that women and girls’ voices are heard in order to create the best sanitation solutions for everyone.