YEARS OF CLEAN DRINKING WATER.

ONE YEAR OF CLEAN WATER

With every Oshen purchase you give ONE YEAR of clean drinking water to a person in need. Help us make a change.

GIVE WATER. GIVE LIFE.

OUR MISSION

The Water Crisis

663 million people on our planet do not have access to safe, clean drinking water. Every 21 seconds a child dies of water-related disease. That's 4,100 children a day. The task of collecting water tends to fall on women and children.

As a result, women are unable to get jobs or contribute financially to the household. Children are often unable to go to school due to the thousands of hours they spend annually hauling water.

Oshen's 1 Year Pledge

Oshen will donate ONE YEAR of clean drinking water for every item purchased. 100% of our donations go to clean water well projects in countries that desperately need safe, clean drinking water. Each well project gives HUNDREDS of people a lifetime of clean water, and these wells also stimulate local economies.

With YOUR HELP we want to supply 100,000 years of clean drinking water by the end of 2018. Help us make a change.

The Impact

By providing a community with safe drinking water, disease rates can drop by up to 88% virtually overnight! Child mortality rates can also drop up to 90%!

Clean water also plays an incredibly critical role in effectively managing HIV/AIDS. For a person with HIV/AIDS, even if you have access to medical treatment, but are still forced to drink dirty water, the diseases in the water you drink will actually kill you faster than AIDS itself.

Oshen x Thirst Project

The Wells

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OSHEN - GIVE WATER. GIVE LIFE.

Did you know - 100% of our donations go to clean well water projects that supply a LIFETIME of clean drinking water for an entire community.

HELP SAVE LIVES

Did you know - child mortality rates can drop by up to 90% by providing a community with safe drinking water.

Visit The Thirst Project

For more information and other ways to get involved, visit our partners The Thirst Project's website at www.thirstproject.org