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Displacement disrupts access to basic needs. Climate change will only exacerbate this reality.

All humans have basic survival needs, but in situations of disaster, conflict, and mass displacement, access to basic needs is often limited or non-existent.

With project sites in water- and infrastructure-scarce areas that are vulnerable to extreme climate events, we believe that addressing the disproportionate effects of climate change experienced by displaced communities is not only a matter of justice but also a critical component of effective climate action and global stability.

As global displacement is at an all-time high, all of our programs are designed to create systems that empower individuals in times of extreme vulnerability. Thus, rather than responding to the consequences of disease, Solidarity works with communities to proactively build systems that protect the health of both the planet and its people.


  • Emergency Supplies

    • Drinking Water

    • Water Filters

    • Electrolytes

  • Drinking Water Systems

    • Treatment

    • Storage Tanks & Tower

    • Distribution Systems

  • Source Water Assessment

  • Water Quality Testing


We all know there is no life without water. Displaced populations face disproportionate challenges in accessing safe drinking water. Having adequate water supply and management is critical in overcrowded shelters and camps.

Intense water insecurity that is often experienced by displaced populations both increases the risk of waterborne diseases, putting public health in danger and can strain the water resources of host communities. Solidarity works in water-stressed areas and unless the water is responsibly managed, increased populations and water scarcity have compounding effects.

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