Water, the basic building block of life is crucially needed for every aspect of our living. Yet, it is a scare resource in many parts of the world and the statistics are grim:

  • In certain regions, women and children walk over 10 kilometres, multiple times a day, to get a bucket of water. It is noteworthy that the time spent on this also deprives many such children of literacy.
  • Millions of people die every year from preventable diseases borne by contaminated water.
  • Whole communities are uprooted from their homes in search of water.

This is where IDRF comes in. For over thirty years IDRF, a Canadian registered charitable organisation, has been helping to improve the lives of disadvantaged people in various parts of the world through relief aid and development programs, including the provision of clean water.

Together we can help underprivileged children, women and men access clean drinking water and improve the statistics, one drop at a time.

(Tax creditable receipts are issued for all donations $10 and up)

Join the IDRF One Drop campaign now and become a part of the Ocean of Change!

Note: At IDRF we are committed to managing your funds and being accountable to you as our donors with full transparency. To do this, we are committed to ensuring that the funds you have selected are designated to the appropriate country. In the event IDRF receives funds that cannot be designated to the country selected, then please know that the funds will be redirected to support other vulnerable communities that are in urgent need.

IDRF Water Programs

Clean Water, Brighter Futures in Tharparkar

Tharparkar is one of the most water insecure regions of Pakistan, experiencing frequent droughts during 2012-2015

Harvesting Water in the Desert

IDRF is bringing innovative water access solutions and farming strategies to drought-affected communities in Rajasthan, India

Ensuring Safe Drinking Water in Schools

Reliable access to drinking water has made a world of difference to the children in Gaza. Currently, available water in Gaza is unreliable and not fit for consumption