Clean Drinking Water Project
In rural India, majority village people drink water directly from the ground and this water may have many different bacteria which goes to the body and work against the digesting process. One government statistic said 45% disease is water born in rural India. It is a big issue, not just providing pure drinking water, but also educating uneducated people the importance of pure drinking water. There are 90% of women’s are anemic and the drinking water is a big part of this problem.
Since the starting of the project, we have installed 65 RO plants in different villages and boarding schools with the majority fund from their village person who is living in the USA. This helped connect the person to their native and work with village people to understand other issues as well.
We have matching fund from KPSNA so anyone who would like to donate RO plant to their village; KPSNA will match the 50% of the required fund, which is about $1500. We encourage donors to take advantage of this program.