Water is Life, But Life is Not Just Water

Water is fundamental to life, yet for many, access to it dictates the entirety of their existence.

Delivering water to the settlement takes almost all the time of women in need, and along with it, children. Getting water, so important and vital, has become practically the slavery for whole their lives.

It leaves no time for anything, including education and raising children. There is no place for development and personal freedom in this circle.

Drill One Little Hole to Big Freedom

We can end the circle of water slavery and lack of safe water with the innovative approach of drilling boreholes. This method, centered on creating direct access points to underground water sources, presents a sustainable solution to water scarcity, fundamentally altering the traditional roles within these communities.

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A drop of hope: $5 towards twenty years of safe water and beyond

    Water.org is an international nonprofit organization that has positively transformed millions of lives around the world with access to safe water and sanitation. Founded by Gary White and Matt Damon, Water.org pioneers market-driven financial solutions to the global water crisis — breaking down barriers to give women hope, children health, and families a bright future.

    Water.org’s keen research indicates that just $ 5 can buy one person safe water or sanitation for 20 years. That number may seem arbitrary but it is a lifeline.

    Orase drives this further by committing 5 dollars per case sold translating into 20 years’ worth of safe water. Put simply, when you buy an Orase product you are not only buying technology and innovation but also supporting global movement around water security.

    But what does Water.org do after donation? It helps pay for well drilling, sanitation installations and sustainable systems. It is not about temporary fixes but long term solutions. The cost and logistics vary widely depending on depth, geography, technology used for example drilling a well but with its strategic focus Water.org ensures every cent goes to creating resilient sources.

On average Water.org spends $5 to give someone access to safe water or sanitation which is derived by dividing 
the organization’s operating expenditures from FY16-FY20 by total number of people reached during that period.

    Revolution of women - Evolution of society

    Access to safe water at home opens up new opportunities that not only impact the specific lives of women and children, but also makes a huge contribution to community development. sociological analysis shows huge changes over the past 5 years in most areas of life. Only thanks to access to safe water, only thanks to the installation of one water pump per settlement, thanks to $5 from each phone case.

    Phenomenal society charges in 5 years after direct access to safe water*

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    30-50 %

    decreasing the infant
mortality by

    38-47 %

    increasing in literacy rates among women to

    up to 82 %

    increase household incomes and promote local business development, especially in the agricultural sector

    by up to 40 %

    development of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) across various sectors, potentially increasing non-agricultural income

    a gradual decline in overall fertility

    increase household incomes and promote local business development, especially in the agricultural sector

    Don’t Try to Impact All Lives - Start with the One

    Orase donates 5$ from every phone case sold to Water.org. This act, simple yet profound, has the power to transform the life of a woman in need.

    Together, we stand at the intersection where responsibility transforms into liberty. We are donating water and opening doors to new futures. One person, one well at a time.

    Get a Case and Make Your Own Impact with Orase and Water.org

    End of Duty

    For generations, women have shouldered the lifetime duty of fetching water.

    Start of Rights

    With each well we build, the right of every woman to choose her path, to pursue dreams, education.