“The system that converts salt water into drinking water can solve the problem of access to better health, food and hygiene for billions of people around the world”.
In a recent note from REHUNO Health it was reported that more than 3,000 Million people in the world do not have access to safe drinking water generating a cruel and inhuman situation. “One in three people globally do not have access to safe drinking water – UNICEF, WHO.”
The solution to this serious problem exists almost immediately and depends only on the right investment in the right places. Technology at the service of health to solve the fundamental problems of billions of needy people in the poorest regions.
The aim is to “desalinise seawater and immediately provide drinking water to the peoples of Africa and Asia by relying on large-scale solar-powered desalinisation plants”. The technology and scale have already been tested. The first implementations in concrete projects are already completed in Kenya and are providing drinking water. Each plant provides enough drinking water to supply 35,000 people per day.
The project in the city of Kiunga (Kenya) is a clear example of technology applied to the solution of major health problems of the population. The technology has been developed and tested by GivePower Foundation (www.givepower.org). A short and clear video illustrates the before and after installation of the plant in this village:
This completed project is just one example of what could rapidly multiply in hundreds of thousands of populations around the world. This technology is a concrete and proven solution to the great problem of drinking water supply around the world.
Access to drinking water for all the inhabitants of the planet is a fundamental human right and must become a priority for governments and regional and international political organizations.
Enabling access to drinking water is today a possible, concrete, supportive and urgent action to “humanize health”.
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