In Indonesia, people are suffering from a lack of clean water due to the earthquake and tsunami that struck on Thursday, September 28, 2018. The devastation to public water systems will cause civilians to suffer from dehydration, bacterial infections, viruses and more. Drinking contaminated water can cause long-term health problems and even death.
WorldWater and Solar Technologies Inc. is taking contributions in order to deploy a suitcase sized water purification unit to those affected in Indonesia.The SHEPS unit can purify contaminated water using solar power in as little as two-minutes using reverse osmosis. If we make our donation goal, we will be able to deploy one (1) SHEPS unit to an international relief organization we are working with. If we exceed our goal by $25-50,000 we would be able to send up to three (3) units.
Even small donations count! Please help us make a difference in the lives of those affected by the devastating natural disasters in Indonesia.
More Information about WorldWater and Solar Technologies:
For 30 years, WorldWater and Solar Technologies has been the longest operating international solar and water engineering company in the world. For decades, WorldWater has provided relief to communities affected by natural disasters. WorldWater has also provided a variety of products to militaries and private citizens who work on clean energy and philanthropic water projects around the world. For more information, please visit our website www.worldwatersolar.com
More Information on the disaster:
On Thursday, September 28th a 7.5-magnitude earthquake struck Indonesia from the island of Sulawesi. Just 30 minutes later, 18ft waves came crashing down on the city of Palu, Indonesia. This devastating natural disaster killed hundreds, with the death-toll rising daily. Catastrophic damage was done as cars, buildings, trees, and debris were washed inland for miles.
*By submitting a contribution to the Clean Water for Indonesia cause on gogetfunding.com, contributors acknowledge that WorldWater and Solar Technologies is a for profit corporation, and that funds will be used towards the purchase of equipment that will be provided to an appropriate relief agency for deployment to those affected in Indonesia. Upon deployment, the equipment will be 100% owned by the relief agency.
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