World Water Crisis

The global water crisis has greatly affected over thirty-six countries. It is mind-altering to hear that the water crisis is affecting over hundreds of millions of people. According to IPS News, all of the sub-Saharan women in African, on average, spend about 200 million hours a day collecting water for their families. After they collect water they have to boil it before they are able to drink it for sanitation purposes. Women use a vast amount of energy just to provide clean water for their family.

Lifesaver has created a water bottle that filters and can rid your drinking water of:

  • Viruses
  • Bacteria
  • Chemicals
  • Cysts

Lifesaver has created brilliance by giving people that do not have access to clean water a bottle that can give them security. Women could save their energy and their family would be reassured that their water is clean.

Imagine if we could give every person on this Earth a water bottle that would protect them from the water related diseases that kill people almost every 90 seconds. The first thing we can do to help these statistics and stop the world water crisis is raise consciousness in the world about these issues. With the help of Lifesaver and the Ark Labs we are able to spread awareness of the global water crisis.

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