Before talking about the project signed GivePower, it seems to us to give some useful data. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), one in three people today has poor access to water and sanitation and, although the situation has slowly improved over the past twenty years, about 2.2 billion people still do not have safe access to drinking water. This condition is most consistent in developing and underdeveloped countries, where the problem of water makes life a continuous struggle against diseases and viruses.
Fortunately, the agencies and organizations that try in every way to solve these situations are growing and one of them seems to have found the ideal solution. It is, as we mentioned at the beginning, GivePower that in the small Kenyan village of Kiunga has recently completed the installation of a desalinator that transforms the water of the nearby Indian Ocean into drinking water.
In addition, the most surprising aspect is that the entire system works thanks to a roof of solar panels that can purify about 75,000 liters of water per day.
On the GivePower website, where it is specified that with a donation of 20 euros a person can be assured of drinking water for 10 years, the project can be financially supported and everyone else discovered.