About 780 million people do not have access to clean water, approximately one in every nine people.      Every 60 seconds a child dies from a water-related disease.       In developing countries, 80% of illnesses are linked to contaminated water and sanitation conditions.

Global Water Scenario

Globally, an estimated 2,000 children under the age of five die every day from water borne diseases 780 million people lack access to safe drinking water. Close to 25% of the earth’s population is forced to rely on contaminated water sources for basic needs. And people are getting sick from their water. Up till now, the response to the water crisis has been focused solely on water availability, not on the critical issues of quality or sustainability.

Access to water only solves part of the problem. Traditional solutions like borewells and water delivered by tanker trucks are viable options for water access, but they can easily become compromised. Borewells can become irrevocably contaminated or dry up, while trucking in water from non-reliable sources is neither safe nor sustainable.

A safe, clean and sustainable water supply is the only effective solution

WaterHealth's immediately deployable solution purifies any available water source, effectively delivering a safe and sustainable solution to the quality crisis, one community at a time.