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Building Water Security through Rain.

Gravity Water provides schools with innovative rainwater harvesting and treatment technologies, helping strengthen climate resilience, expand safe water access, and reduce water costs over time.

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Enhancing Climate Resilience for At-Risk Communities through an Integrated Rainwater Harvesting Approach.

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Using Human-Centered Design to Create Safe Drinking Water Access for Schools in Peri-Urban to Last-Mile Communities.

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Our Impact

94k+

Students Provided Safe Drinking Water

32M+

Litres of Rainwater Provided

120+

Communities Served

$1.1M+

in Potential Water Savings for Schools

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Where We Operate

Gravity Water currently focuses its efforts in the Asia-Pacific Region, with established operations in Nepal and Vietnam. Over the next six months, Gravity Water is expanding pilots to Taiwan, Malaysia, and Indonesia through corporate support.

For rainwater harvesting initiatives in Latin America, please visit Gravity Water's strategic partner Isla Urbana.

The Challenge

Today, billions of people lack access to a safe and reliable source of water. Climate change is making this challenge an up-hill battle, reducing water security and safe water access for urban cities, last-mile communities, and everywhere in between.

Our Impact

Our Impact

 

Gravity Water's intervention helps schools keep water in the ground and provide safe drinking water to students for under $1 per child per year. Gravity Water is currently scaling its impact to benefit public infrastructure throughout the Asia-Pacific region, with a focus on at-risk communities.

The Solution

As water patterns become less reliable and dependency on water increases, finding ways to keep water in the ground is critical. Gravity Water believes the solution is found in using rain as an integrated practice of daily life and a common water source for rural and urban areas.

The Future

 

Gravity Water is currently transitioning from a singular focus on safe drinking water at schools to a holistic focus on water security for all public and private infrastructure. Gravity Water is working on a moonshot to bring rainwater harvesting to one million structures by 2030 through a collaborative funding model. 

Our Technology and Approach

Gravity Water focuses on a low-technology approach to safe and sustainable water access through combining rainwater harvesting, elevated storage, and gravity-fed filtration.

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Rainwater Harvesting

On average, our projects provide schools with enough rain to fulfill over 50% of their water demand each year.

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Filtration System

Our filtration technology removes taste, odor, metals, chemicals, parasities, and >99.9% of pathogens that cause water-related illness.

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Water-loss Reduction

Gravity Water helps schools operate more efficiently by centralizing their water system and providing water conservation tools.

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Collaborative Data Collection

Transparent data collection, monitoring, and reporting, allowing continuous insight on the effectiveness of the organization's solution. 

Support Our Work

Gravity Water's technology can provide safe drinking water to a child in need for less than $1 per child per year, over a 12-year period. This includes a one-time $8 per child cost to install a Gravity Water system, and a $0.20 per child per year ($50-$60 per school per year) recurring cost for filter replacements and maintenance.

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Help Us Make a Difference

Join us in our mission to provide safe drinking water to rural communities in Asia. Your donation can make a difference in the lives of these communities.

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