Africa is under extreme water stress and severe water shortages could be experienced in the near future without intervention, South Africans faces a deficit of about 3000 billion liters of water by 2030.
Many Africans communities does not have the necessary capacity, to reduce waste water usage. Unaccounted water in South Africa is at 37%.
With our global temperature rising, water conservation is going to be even more critical in the near future. A large part of restructuring water delivery needs is to be focus on reducing waste water usage.We can only “band-aid” the situation for so long. We need serious water educational awareness at all levels. And successfully establish partnerships Using #leakfree tech in areas with high water usage
Project 3000 successfully from partnership within communities by supporting “Water Warriors and Water Savers”.
And contributing to a feeding programmers in communities and/or Schools and using local arts (artist) and/or art’s productions to raise, the awareness of the value of water and it necessity. This has a long term impact awareness at all level.
South Africa specific needs a Water Cycle awareness program that’s ongoing and can be easily updated. To meet the needed of communities and /or Schools.
“Having toilets and water is a basic necessity, however it is not and due to this, children are irregular to school and eventually drop out.
By building toilets and maintaining them in schools. Helps improves school attendance and reduction in school drop outs.
Schools lack basic infrastructure maintains.
This is a key reason for children to be absent from school and / or drop out from school eventually. I have seen times children go to the fields for toileting, as toilets are not there or not in usable condition.
To add injury to insult “Around the world about 300 million children are continually hungry. These are the findings of the International Food Policy Research Institution
In South Africa alone children live with full-blown nutritional deprivation. South African children under the age of nine consume less than half the recommended daily amounts recommended