"Water is the first priority, even before food," explains Christopher Chamagne, the logistics specialist in the Solidarités International team, who has experience of earthquakes and was mobilized during the terrible earthquake in Haiti.
The Veolia Foundation responds to emergencies when natural disasters occur. To provide assistance to the survivors, Veoliaforce equipment and volunteers are rapidly sent to the disaster area to re-establish a water supply.
The humanitarian aid organization Solidarités International has been on the ground during conflicts and natural disasters for the last 35 years. Particularly involved in fighting diseases related to unsafe water, which is the leading cause of death worldwide, the NGO has developed great expertise, in particular in relation to access to drinking water and sanitation.
For 35 years, Médecins du Monde (MdM) has been caring for the most vulnerable populations, victims of armed conflicts, natural disasters, and the people that the world gradually forgets. An international NGO, MdM’s work is made possible by the commitment of its volunteers, logisticians, doctors, nurses, midwives, etc.
 Mobile water treatment unit used during emergencies in difficult-to-access places. It supplies 15L of drinking water per person per day for a population of between 500 and 2000 people.