Senegal Africa
Senegal Africa is in need of fresh drinking water, as
well as other peaceful nations who's governments
and water organizations charitable or not have failed
to provide this simple solution to the people in need.
We can list all the reasons such organizations use to
grab your dollars, but then again you have heard their
reasons. But still they offer NO AFFORDABLE
SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS. Am I amazed? No, they
just don't seem to care about the solutions. Trust me
I have contacted them individually and to no avail.
They have no interest in the breakthrough or any
interest in further conversations about the
possibilities of this new tech. Water companies grab
the clean source water and bottle and sell it to the
people who can afford it, just be glad you can afford it.
All the rest must find
other sources such as
these two boys I saw
carrying a container
from an open well in
Matam, one that
anything could drop or
fall into and pollute their
only avaliable source.
So, what is this simple sustainable solution that is so
cheep and simple? How about the only successful
"Large Scale Solar Water Still" that  is scalable without
loss of distillate condensation. Yes, it exists and yes it
works so well it needs only a source of water and the
free sunshine from above, however it seems to work
even with out the sun shining on it. That source can be
saturated with salt, or polluted. It does not matter. It is
purified by evaporation and collected ready to drink
and use in large quantities. It is so cheap that the cost
of drilling a well would be out of the question. Even
gray water or the ocean it self becomes valuable as a
source for the still. Koalac Senegal and so many other
towns and villages seem to have a problem with salt
in the ground water. Yet they have no choice but to
drink to stay alive. Teeth are turned brown from the
salt and mineral content, and worse. Death also can
occur from the salts, and often does. So what can you
do, that is so simple and it will save the lives of
countless millions of people in need? Lets begin by
listing some simple ways you can help now. Would
you not want to know your dollars helped to stop
these problems listed below:

783 million people do not have access to clean and
safe water worldwide

1 in 9 people worldwide do not have access to safe
and clean drinking water.

443 million school days are lost each year due to
water-related diseases.

Children in poor environments often carry 1,000
parasitic worms in their bodies at any time.

Lack of clean water kills children at a rate equivalent
to a jet crashing every 4 hours, yes that is inocent
children, think about it, and how you may feel losing
one of your own little ones?

In developing countries, as much as 80% of illnesses
are linked to poor water and sanitation conditions.

Every 90 seconds a child dies from a water-related
disease. A child, yes a inocent little one who would
have no chance to improve or experience life as an
adult. Never knowing the joys of lifes possibilities.

1 in 3 people, or 2.4 billion, are without improved
sanitation facilities.

There are 119 million in China and 97 million in India
without clean drinking water.

58% of total diarrhoeal deaths that could be averted
through safe drinking-water, sanitation and hygien.

842,000 diarrhoeal diseases deaths per year result
from unsafe water, sanitation and hygiene.

More than one-third of Africa’s population lacks access
to safe drinking water.

25-33% of Chinese do not have access to safe drinking
water.

Sub-Saharan Africa has the largest number of water-
stressed countries of any region.

While it takes about 12 gallons per day to sustain a
human the average American uses about 158 gallons.

By 2050, 1 in 5 developing countries will face water
shortages.

Half of the global population lives in countries where
water tables are rapidly falling. Often bringing in salt
water from the coastal areas into the ground water.

85% of the world population lives in the driest half of
the planet.


In the past 10 years, diarrhea has killed more children
than armed conflict since WWII.

A five-minute shower uses more water than a person
in a developing country uses in a day.

Most of the world’s population spends up to 3 hours a
day to get the water they need to survive.

27 percent of people living in cities do not have water
piped into their homes.

If we did nothing other than provide access to clean
water, we could save 2 million lives a year.

In villages where access to clean water is provided,
the infant mortality rate can drop by 50%.

In just one day, more than 200 million hours of women’
s time is consumed collecting water for domestic use.

In some places, women have to walk nearly 10
kilometers to reach a water source.

Clean drinking water would create 320 million
productive days due to improved health.

When walking to retrieve water, women are at greater
risk of sexual assault and harassment.

In Africa, every $1 spent on water and sanitation
generates a return of $9 in saved time.

Women are responsible for 72% of the water collected
in Sub-Saharan Africa.

10% of the global disease could be reduced through
improved water supply, sanitation, and hygiene. Yes,
these diseases are spread to the US too.

Without clean water and sanitation, it is impossible to
address poverty, hunger or AIDS.

Women and girls often spend up to 6 hours each day
collecting water.

$260 billion is lost globally each year due to lack of
safe water and sanitation.

Access to safe water and sanitation would result in $32
billion in economic benefits each year.

Time spent gathering water around the world
translates to $24 billion in lost economic benefits each
year.

In low and middle-income countries, 1/3 of all
healthcare facilities lack a safe water source.

More than 1/2 of all primary schools in developing
countries don't have adequate water facilities.

Globally, at least 1.8 billion people use a drinking-
water source contaminated with faeces. Would you
have a glass of that water?

By 2025, half of the world’s population will be living in
water-stressed areas. Are you ready?

In the U.S., we spend $61 billion every year on clean
bottled water. Our solution is less than a US penny a
gallon.

People living in slums often pay 5-10 times more per
liter of water than wealthy people.

A five-minute shower uses more water than a person
in a developing country uses in a day.

Without food a person can live for weeks, but without
water one can expect to live only a few days.

India has just 4% of the world’s fresh water — but 16%
of the global population.

Half of India's water supply in rural areas is routinely
contaminated with toxic bacteria.

Lack of clean water is hurting India’s manufacturing
sector, resulting in employment declines.

So the big question is this, give dollars to world well
known water organizations who don't have the
solutions and waste billions of your dollars on their
buildings and staff salaries or help place the solutions
where they are needed and truly save lives, create
jobs and provide the purest water to those who truly
need clean water in large amounts so cheap, and so
easy that all countries have the supplies necessary to
build these "Large Scale Water Stills'....
                                         
?
What will your
dollars go towards
donated to us?

1. Securing the design
in those nations
where this tech is in
great need,
we can  
not give or provide
a service with out
funds or protection
to make it happen
    
2. Furthering research
3. Building upscaled
prototypes to be tested
4. Building stills where
needed most, through
funded chartiable
builds, we fly economy
5. Schooling those who    
are in need of clean    
water by creating jobs
in those developing
countries to build and
maintain the new water
tech
Around 700 million
people in 43
countries suffer
today from water
scarcity. By 2025, 1.8
billion people will be
living in countries or
regions with absolute
water scarcity, and
two-thirds of the
world's population
could be living under
water stressed
conditions
Water crisis in USA
A new report reveals
that water scarcity has
impacted an estimated
1.4 million people living
in more than a
half-million American
households. Water
scarcity is a global
concern that affects
people on every
continent, including
North America, and
according to a recent
report the United States
is no exception.
Oct 25, 2018
All other countries
Senegal only