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We have faith in you!

PackH2O has been busy these past few weeks! After several conversations with some of the most inspirational people we have met, we decided to reach out to more. Here at PackH2O, it doesn’t matter where you came from, what you … Continue reading

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A Surprising Barrier To Clean Water: Human Nature

The issue of Transportation within the Global Water Crisis is becoming more and more prevalent. Clean Water Access is important but more needs to be done! Millions of families, with clean water, are stil affected everyday by Cholera, Typhoid or … Continue reading

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The Gift of Life

In 2010, the PackH2O water backpack was created by Greif, the leader in industrial packaging. After the tragic hurricane hit Haiti, CEO David Fischer and Chief Sustainability Officer Scott Griffin developed the idea surrounding a pressing issue that not many … Continue reading

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The Kenya Project: A Water Transportation Crisis

The problem is enormous. Today, one out of every seven people in the world doesn’t have access to safe and convenient water. We lose 3 million people each year due to water related illness – the impact results in 4000 children … Continue reading

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Help Ease the Water Crisis. Help Esther.

Each and every day, Esther walks up to 6 miles to gather water for her family. With no running water available to her, she has no choice. She must have water for cooking, cleaning, washing, and drinking. Esther’s family relies on … Continue reading

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