Water is a fundamental resource for all living beings, and access to clean water is a human universal right. However, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), over 2 billion people lack access to safe drinking water, and around 4.2 billion people lack access to basic sanitation facilities. The lack of access to clean water can have devastating effects on people's health and wellbeing, particularly in developing countries.
At RainForest Water, we recognize the importance of clean water, not only for our own operations but also for the communities living near our bottling facilities. We believe that access to clean water is a basic human right and that we have a responsibility to ensure that the communities near our operations have access to this vital resource.
To this end, we have united forces with the IMAS, a Costa Rican government institution which is responsible for helping underprivileged communities, so we can provide a small school outside Campos Lapa Verde (our bottling facility) with access to clean, drinkable water for their teachers and children.
These efforts are an integral and vital part of our sustainability mission. We're not only looking out for preserving nature, but also for our communities. Giving back to society is an important backbone of RainForest Water.
Join us and help us ensure that everyone gets access to clean water!