Foundation Provides Solutions to Address Global Water Crisis

The Moses West Foundation™ provides clean and safe drinking water worldwide to those in need due to disaster or geography — using advanced atmospheric water generation technology. The foundation extracts moisture from the atmosphere, the same air we breathe daily, producing an unlimited potable water supply. The Foundation has set forth to ensure that the atmosphere can be viewed as a previously underutilized source of unlimited potable water readily available to vulnerable populations in the face of water shortages.

Addressing Global Water and Food Insecurity through Technology and Education

The increasing effects of climate change have made water and food the new currencies for global peace, advanced education, equality, continued economic growth, and prosperity. The Moses West Foundation is committed to mentoring and educating the youngest generation of international children in advanced science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Progressing on this path of mentored higher learning is essential to the survival of this generation and all future generations.

Technology is always used to advance the human condition. The Moses West Foundation specializes in the mass production of water from the endless source of water that exists in every corner of the world. The water is found in great abundance within the atmosphere that surrounds the earth from its surface to the troposphere.

Revolutionizing Disaster Relief Response and Addressing Food Deserts

Traditional disaster relief response invokes the use of bottled water as the primary source of water supporting first responders and communities, often for months. Atmospheric Water Generation technology has demonstrated that unlimited amounts of water can be extracted for municipal, commercial, industrial, and emergency use from the atmosphere.

The Foundation’s focus on addressing food deserts in underserved communities in America is another important capability. The Foundation is committed to providing access to healthy and fresh food in areas where it is not readily available and has been developing sustainable urban agricultural zones in places like Chicago, Illinois, which promote the growth of crops locally and eliminate the need for long-distance transportation of food.

Providing Sustainable Water Sources and Promoting STEM Education

Through the development of atmospheric water generation technology, the Moses West Foundation is able to provide access to clean and safe water in areas where traditional water sources are scarce or contaminated. The Foundation aims to produce 40 acre-feet or more of pure atmospheric-generated water through 2030 contributing to the global SDG goals.

The Moses West Foundation has been developing sustainable irrigation systems to help reduce the water used in vertically grown food projects. This helps to promote sustainable practices while reducing the impact of farming on the environment.

The Foundation believes in promoting education and sustainable practices, which is why they have established partnerships with local universities and STEM programs. These partnerships help to provide instruction on sustainable practices and encourage students to consider careers in this field.

A Strong Capability for Making a Positive Impact

The Moses West Foundation has a strong capability for making a positive impact on global water access and food insecurity, thanks to the leadership of founder Moses West. Mr. West has dedicated his life to addressing the global water crisis and has been at the forefront of the development of atmospheric water generation technology for over a decade. His extensive engineering background and a strong team of board members provide the Foundation with the technical and strategic capabilities to achieve its goals.

Under Moses’ leadership, the Foundation has been able to provide sustainable water sources to areas in need across the globe, including Flint, Michigan, Jackson, Mississippi, Vieques, Puerto Rico, and Sandbranch, Texas. The Foundation has also been developing sustainable irrigation systems to reduce water usage in vertically grown food projects and establishing