Globally, 4.4. billion people do not have access to treated water in their home [read more] and there’s a disproportionate burden for women to provide safe drinking water to their families. As a result of constant exposure to contaminated water around 525 000 children die every year of diarrhea [World Health Organisation].
Poor people living in the slums of mega cities in the developing world like Jakarta pay 5 to 10 times more for water than those living in high-income areas in those same cities and more than consumers in London or New York [source: UN , Deutsche Welle].
Thus far most development aid is used to provide only basic quality water. This is water that one cannot drink. We aim to provide safe drinking water to 4 billion people that have no access to safe drinking water and earning