Apart from providing information about the environment and its problems, education is an integral action that seeks to create reflection processes about how our habits and daily actions impact the environment positively or negatively, deriving in the taking of responsibility and the consequent action.

It is recommended that children's environmental education focuses on the knowledge of nature with hands-on experiences, in natural spaces that make them feel part of the environment in which they develop, creating empathy with the living beings and natural resources that surround them, thus awakening the desire to preserve them.

In this sense, the "Water School" project aims to support the education of school-age students (8 to 17 years old) in public and private educational institutions in Latin America for the further development of knowledge on water-related issues, which will contribute to improving their relationship with the environment and the resources that the planet has available for human beings.


We started the activities of the ALADYR WATER OLYMPICS in 2020 to provide knowledge on Desalination, Reuse, and Treatment of Water and Effluents to chidren from elementary school to high school and to create initial experiences for the appreciation of water resources and their efficient management based on the technologies that the Association promotes. So far, we have gathered over 10,700 children from Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, and Peru.

How to Help?

Contributing to the care of water and the environment, sustainable development, and education is possible through the donations we receive from legal entities and individuals. These allows us to develop different campaigns and projects that we carry out in ALADYR for the sustainable management of water in Latin America.

If you are interested in contributing to our cause, we have several ways you can support us:

  • Donations
  • Corporate Support
  • Academic Support
  • Volunteering

Write to us, and we will tell you how to participate.

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