The Safe Water Supply Project focuses on redressing issues concerning sanitation, hygiene, water scarcity and contaminated water. Having safe water to consume is important for local communities to experience good health and have a better life. Through the Safe Water Supply Project, we aim at ensuring that there are reliable sources of clean water in places at most risk and where the need is greatest, mostly in marginalised communities. This can contribute to improved health standards, food security and nutrition and encourage children to keep in school instead of spending long hours looking for clean water. Some of the targeted communities are those with contaminated water sources that need rehabilitation and those lacking sanitary water sources. In these communities, mostly women and children face challenges of walking long distances to access water from mostly polluted sources such as rivers, wells and swamps. These water sources are often shared with animals and a harbor of water-borne diseases. Community members are therefore exposed to poor sanitation and health outcomes which jeopardize their standards of living. Our solution involves developing integrated water supply systems, providing spring water sources with commercial water filters. This will ensure high hygiene and sanitation standards and reduce cases of school absenteeism.