World Water Crisis
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Bio2pure™ have seen first hand the issues and suffering caused by a lack of clean water and we are committed to supporting World Water Crisis in achieving their aims. Our products and technology will be fundamental in cleaning existing water supplies, enabling local communities to improve their health, educational opportunities and quality of life. We are able to bring a wealth of experience having already carried out water treatment work in India enabling World Water Crisis to maximise the impact of their planned projects.
World Water Crisis aims to prevent water poverty which has direct social, health and economic impact on the individuals and communities affected. Simultaneously the charity aims to educate communities about the dangers of contaminated water and ways to clean it with the technology gifted by World Water Crisis
- 844 million people in the world do not have clean water close to their home (WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP) Report 2017)
- 2.3bn people don’t have a decent toilet of their own (WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP) Report 2017)
- 31% of schools don’t have clean water (UNICEF, Advancing WASH in Schools Monitoring 2015)
- Every minute a newborn dies from an infection caused by lack of safe water and an unclean environment (WHO 2015)
- Diarrhoea caused by dirty water and poor toilets kills a child under 5 years old every 2 minutes (WASHWatch.org)
- Around the world up to 443 million school days are lost every year because of water related illnesses (Human Development Report, 2006)
- Every $1 invested in water and toilets returns an average of $4 in increased productivity (WHO 2012)
- Promoting good hygiene is one of the most cost effective health interventions (Disease Control Priorities, third edition (volume 2) 2016)
- If everyone, everywhere had clean water, the number of diarrhoea deaths would be cut by a third (Tropical Medicine and International Health, 2014)
The Seven Aims
Water poses one of the biggest challenges we face as a global society. In 2010 the United Nations and the Human Rights Council recognised water as a basic human right. World Water Crisis are determined to make clean water normal for everyone.
To raise awareness of the crisis that the planet currently faces and the effects of the water crisis on real people’s lives.
Deliver clean water projects
To deliver clean water projects on a global scale that significantly improves the lives of individuals and communities.ves
Purify water sources
To purify water sources and destroy harmful bacteria by using low cost technologies.
Match funds on all monies
To work and partner with small and large corporations, Governments and NGO’s with regards to match funds on all monies we raise to ensure maximum impact for the communities effected.
Educate local communities
To educate local communities to enable them to build on and maintain the solutions we provide.
Fair local labour
To Promote fair local labour in the areas we help in line with the International Labour Organisation and Modern Slavery Act 2015.