ILSI brings together health and technical experts from a range of disciplines to design and implement solutions for more efficient water use.
Many parts of the world are considered to be water stressed through a combination of decreasing reliability in rainfall and growing population, and the resulting lack of access to clean water has become a global health problem. ILSI’s programs help optimize the use of water existing supplies to improve lives now and guarantee future generations have access to safer, cleaner water.
How ILSI’s Work on Water Safety Makes a Difference
Project SWAN (Safe Water and Nutrition) – active in Vietnam and being explored for implementation in Indonesia – is improving access to clean water and reducing malnutrition caused by waterborne diseases. Case Study
ILSI Europe study on ways growers and sugar processors improve efficiency of water use and reduce environmental impact provides a template for the water use assessment of other crops. Publication in Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture