844 million people in the world do not have access to safe drinking water, according to the WHO.
In the face of increasing global conflicts over resources, it is worth taking a closer look at the issue of drinking water.


Not only does water cover a large part of the earth’s surface, it also accounts for 60% of the human body. The access to safe drinking water and sanitation has therefore been recognised as a human right by the United Nations.
While access to safe drinking water is a standard in most Western countries, that’s not the case for many countries worldwide, especially in Latin America, Asia and Africa. Many diseases are caused by polluted water. In the region of Kigoma, Tanzania, cholera outbreaks are still occurring due to contaminated drinking water.
hours walked by women for water every day
people lack access to safe drinking water
people still collecting drinking water directly from surface water sources
school days missed every year because of the water crisis


For this problem we developed a simple and solution: the water filter.
The cost of one filter is €25. This is how much you need to change the life on an entire family for years.
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