jer·ry·can /ˈjerēˌkan/ noun:
a large, flat-sided container for storing or transporting water. Used in regions around the world without in-home water or sanitation; when full it can weigh over 40 pounds.
Every day, 200 million women and girls carry every drop of water their families use.
Women spend up to 5 hours a day fetching water, preventing them from participating in income-generating activities.
Globally, at least 1.8 billion people use a contaminated drinking-water source.
The Product to Project model joins the forces of local communities, non-profits, and social enterprise to empower sustainable solutions.
Empowered communities work together to build infrastructure for accessible and safe drinking water.