THE PROMISE OF SAFE WATER
The Waterpoint System
- Every 20 seconds, a child dies from a water-related disease (Number estimated from statistics in the 2006 United Nations Human Development Report).
- Almost two in every three people who need safe drinking water survive on less than $2 a day and one in three on less than $1 a day.
More than 650 million people in the world right now live day to day without clean water. That is about 1 in 10 people. For these people days are spent walking hours to get water, time away from school for children, time away from work for parents. The water that is harvested from this hardwork is often dirty and full of disease and bacteria. Clean water can change EVERYTHING. It can provide access to health, educaiton, income and empower women and children.
You Can Make a Difference
You can make a difference today in the lives of women and children by providing clean water and sustainability with The Waterpoint. This simple, portable and affordable solar-powered unit is designed to take contaminated water and produce three liters of puriﬁed water per minute
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How it works: The Waterpoint is designed for ease of transport. Making it perfect for almost anyone to use and maneuver. This unit changes LIVES. Not only does it take contaminated water and change it into life changing water. Giving health, and saving time collecting water to the people who need it. It also gives income opportunities, and sustainability. Women and older children can use this unit to sell the life changing water it provides to others in their villages; giving the gift of clean water to others beyond themselves and promoting economic growth in their communities.
This allows the micro finance entrepreneur to not only change their families lives but also change their communities and future through better health, sustainability and economic growth.
How it works: We were approached by Christ The King Catholic Church in Des Moines, IA with an “off the shelf” system they were looking to install in several schools and orphanages across the Moshi Diocese (Tanzania).
With a custom Outreach system, they were able to save money, increase output, and install systems in more locations. Minor modifications allowed a system to fit a specific area’s needs, rather than installing a “one size fits all” system with expensive, unneeded features.
Bishop Amani of the Moshi Diocese reports, “After the systems were installed and providing clean drinking water for the diocesian schools, the sisters on staff reported a marked decrease in students affected by stomach illness.”