We want to make it safe, accessible, and cost-effective. We believe that it’s possible to get access to safe water and sanitation through affordable financing, partnership and technology. It’s long-term, sustainable solutions that we believe in. Our Foundation and volunteers are ready to work voluntarily to attain this goal. For us, establishing water projects using desalination powered by renewable energy, Sumo Boreholes powered by electricity and Manpower and other advanced purification methods are some innovative approaches to meet our collective water needs to fight water scarcity, to help the people who need it most and get safe to access and affordable drinking water across to break the cycle of poverty.
According to water.org, Today 785 million people — 1 in 9 persons — lack access to safe water at home. The water crisis negatively impacts the health and livelihood of more than one-third of our global population. We exist to change this. For millions of women, children, and communities, access to safe water can turn problems into potential — unlocking education, economic opportunity and improved health.