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Where Water Innovation

Meets Human Need

Project Oasis is a 501 (c) (3) Charitable Foundation committed to doing its part to make our Planet a better place. By combining innovative water-creating technology with an unbridled passion to empower individuals and their communities, we provide increased access to clean water and enhanced nutrition to those in need.

What We Do

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Our initiatives support the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a collection of 17 interlinked global goals designed to be a "blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all". 

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Clean Water & Sanitation 

We are committed to impacting our world’s water crisis by delivering water generation solutions and educating on the importance of water conservation and reducing plastic waste.

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Good Health and Well-being

Addressing food insecurity and providing communities with the tools necessary to grow their own nutritious food.

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How We Do It

We are fighting the water crisis through utilizing the air around us. This breakthrough technology  generates water directly from the atmosphere. 

Watch the Video to Learn More

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Did You Know?

 "1.1 Billion people in the world currently have no access to clean water"

"A person can survive 21+ days without food, but only 2-3 days without water"

 

   "More than 30% of the K-12 schools in California have lead-contaminated drinking water"

 

      "More than 50% of our unhoused citizens lack access to clean water for drinking and hygiene"    

 

 "By 2030 traditional sources of drinking water will only meet 60% of human need" 

 

"By 2050 scientists estimate that there will be more plastic in the oceans than fish"

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