The Nigerian people especially women and children are constantly suffering and dying needlessly from various waterborne diseases. Recently, a Cholera outbreak happened in a Secondary School (Queens College, Lagos) in Nigeria killing students, rendered some ill and led to the temporary shut down of the school.
In response to this, they need your help to raise $53,500 CAD to be able to provide 100 Nigerian communities – Villages and Schools with 100 LifeStraw Communities. A GOFUNDME Account has be created to raise required funds. Please click HERE to donate to a good cause…
LifeStraw® Community is a high-volume point-of-use water purifier with built-in safe storage that provides safe drinking water for community, educational and institutional settings.
Built specifically for countries like Nigeria: It can purify between 70,000 -100,000 liters of water, enough to serve community settings for several years. Its hollow fiber filtration technology converts contaminated water into safe drinking water. It consists of a 25 liter dirty water tank and a 25 liter safe storage tank: total capacity of 50 liters
The LifeStraw Community prevents waterborne disease such as diarrhea, typhoid, cholera, worms, and cryptosporidiosis. It removes 99.9999 % of bacteria (E. coli, etc.) (>LOG 6 reduction); 99.99 % of protozoan cysts (Giardia, Cryptosporidium, etc.) (>LOG 4 reduction) and 99.999 % of viruses (Rotavirus, Hepatitis A) (>LOG 5 reduction).
More about the product can be found at http://www.vestergaard.com/our-products/lifestraw
Time frame to raise funds is Jul 31, 2017. Products will be shipped in August 2017 and by September 2017, the communities will be presented with their LifeStraw Communities.
Click HERE to donate to a good cause…
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