For Life 3 gram sachet (NSF/ANSI 60 certified – Global Certification), transforms 20 litres of dirty polluted water into drinking water by eradicating water borne diseases and viruses and is uniquely packaged in a biodegradable sachet. It requires no electricity or infrastructure. It is cost effective (less than 1 US cent a litre), so as to make the providing of clean and sanitised water, to those most in need accessible through funding and donations.
AS cholera cases climb in Mozambique after the devastating effects of Cyclone Idai on 14 March, For Life will enable flood victims to purify up to 20 liters of water per sachet.
Our need at this time is to secure financial aid that can be used in the production and distribution of the For Life sachets to disaster hit areas in Mozambique and surrounding countries after the devastation of Cyclone Idai. Residents are now facing new challenges with the outbreak of Cholera as well not having access to sustainable quality water for the people in the affected areas.
Last week, Singakwazi Aid sent some 720 sachets of the For Life water purifier to Beira, where survivors will be able to purify almost 20 000 liters of water using the product.
“The sachet solves the problem of transporting heavy loads of water by air”, said Pete Graham; founder of NPO, Singakwazi Aid.
The need for clean water is only going to increase as the infrastructure is destroyed and people start congregating in Displacement Camps.
On behalf of Singakwazi Aid; any contribution - big or small will 100% go towards providing clean water for the people of Mozambique affected by Cyclone Idai.