Responding to Disasters

Natural disasters, such as earthquakes, flooding, drought, typhoons or hurricanes happen all too often. They can occur in any location in the world, causing widespread disruption, loss of life, food and water shortages.

Similarly, man-made conflicts result not only in severe damage to infrastructure but also in large numbers of people being displaced from their homes with very limited access to shelter and essential living items.

When disaster strikes, whether it is natural or man-made, the people affected are in desperate need of safe drinking water and humanitarian help. Aquabox responds by sending its water Filters and humanitarian aid, working closely with selected aid agencies and distribution partners who ensure that the aid reaches those most in need.

A very young boy at a shelter after a natural disaster has taken his home

Since its formation in 1992, Aquabox has sent more than 125,000 aid boxes to more than 50 countries around the world, helping hundreds of thousands of people in times of crisis.

Each Aqua-aid Box, which is tailored to support a family group, contains water purification filters as well as items of humanitarian aid to help with shelter and shelter building, lighting, cooking and feeding, educational development and hygiene.

We rely entirely on donations and the fundraising activities of our supporters to fund our work and purchase the items which we supply in the aid boxes. Without the generosity of our supporters, we would not be able to continue this work.

We couldn’t do it without our partners