International Lifeline Fund (ILF)
International Lifeline Fund’s mission is to bring clean water and fuel efficient stoves to displaced and impoverished communities in Sub-Saharan Africa and Haiti. Founded in 2003, IFL uses the most self-sustaining interventions to provide disadvantaged individuals with the tools necessary to lift themselves out of poverty. These individuals are mainly those who have been uprooted by violence or natural disasters. ILF envisions a world in which no one is forced to drink contaminated water or cook their food on a dangerous open fire. ILF works in Northern Uganda, Darfur, Somalia, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and most recently, Haiti.
Since its founding, ILF has impacted 231,159 people, giving them improved drinking water, improved sanitation, and improved hygiene.
Find out more about International Lifeline Fund at http://lifelinefund.org/