A former student of mine looked at this a few years ago for his thesis. The simple answer then was "no", although some devices developed for sailors on yachts did meet some of the requirements. These use membrane technology but have very low flow rates, making them uneconomic for the amount of water they produce.
The solar still (mentioned elsewhere) is an option - it is simple but again has a low flow rate.
Depending on the climate, I'd look at extensive rainwater harvesting (roads and rocky areas rather than roofs), at least for drinking water if you wanted a suitable intermediate technology. These can be viable even in seemingly arid areas. These are likely to be more sustainable over the long term. Hope that helps!