No intervention has greater overall impact upon national development and public health than the provision of safe drinking water and the proper sanitation. WHO (World Health Organisation)
Lack of clean drinking water is a major problem in developing countries
It's easy to forget how much we need safe water. This is the essential of life. HRF has a comprehensive approach to safe water projects and is working closely with specialised NGO & rsquo;s in playing its part in contributing to global efforts in providing clean water facilities.
Safe water supplies, hygienic sanitation and good water management are fundamental to global health.
Almost one tenth of the global disease burden could be prevented by:
Annually, safer water could prevent:
Water-borne diseases are rampant in many economically depressed rural areas of the developing countries because clean running water is simply not available.
HRF is actively setting up water filtration projects for the Needy
HRF is providing clean filtered water, removing all water-borne diseases. This is achieved by installing deep wells (drilled wells) to draw clean water from the ground depending on the depth of the water table. The depth of the potable water table varies from 20 to 3000 feet (6 to 910 meters) depending on the region and local topography.
Clean drinking water is essential to human life and other life forms.
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