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Water Filtration Systems for Developing Countries

What is Ultrafiltration and Reverse Osmosis? Ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis are two ways to treat water. These processes remove dangerous contaminants, making the water safe to drink. Water treatment technologies like ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis provide solutions to the problem of water scarcity. The need for solutions is overwhelming. By 2025, more than half of the…

10 Interesting Facts About Water Scarcity

10 Interesting Facts About Water Scarcity

Clean and fresh water isn’t a privilege—it’s a necessity. Although water covers a large portion of our planet, most of that water isn’t fit for human consumption. According to the World Wildlife Federation, only three percent of all earth’s water comes from freshwater sources. Most significantly, approximately two-thirds of clean water is inaccessible. The majority…

Why Donate to a Non-Profit?

Why Donate to a Non-Profit?

Why It’s Important to Donate to Non-Profits There are many people in the world who need help and many serious problems that need to be solved. It can be easy to fall into the trap of feeling helpless in the face of all these needs. People often wonder what they can do when they are…

Why Are We Facing a Global Water Crisis?  

What is the Global Water Crisis? Climate change is affecting rainfall patterns around the world. Some areas, such as Africa’s Somali Peninsula, are experiencing devastating droughts. Other places, such as Pakistan and Bangladesh, are dealing with extreme flooding. Ironically, flooding can also cause water scarcity by contaminating water supplies or, as happened recently in Summerville,…

What is Causing Water Scarcity in Africa?  

What is Water Scarcity? Water scarcity is when people cannot access enough water to meet their needs for clean and safe water to drink, use for hygiene, and for sanitation. When a community does not have enough water, deadly diseases can spread throughout the population: Hand-washing is crucial for helping to prevent the spread of Covid…

Solutions to Water Scarcity Explained  

We all know one of the harshest realities in our lives is that water is necessary for survival, but it remains a finite resource. Unfortunately, water is often mishandled, overused, and polluted to the point of creating issues with limited access to clean water in many parts of the world. This causes a phenomenon known…

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Women Empowering Women: Generational Blessings in Safe Water

The full impact of a woman’s life is immeasurable. It only takes one woman—or a small group—to change history’s course. In the Bible, a man named Zelophehad died without any male heirs. His five daughters went to Moses, asking that their father’s inheritance be passed on to them, since he had no sons. Moses spoke to…

How Can a Golf Tournament Fight the Global Water Crisis?

It may seem like a meeting of opposites, but Healing Waters International’s inaugural Safe Water Open brings sport and charity together seamlessly. Golf enthusiasts and players will gather at the award winning Ridge at Castle Pines North on September 28, 2022 to kick off the tournament. The event includes a round of golf, the $20K Pebble…

Is Access to Clean Water a Basic Human Right?  

Unfortunately, everyone in the world does not have access to clean water. In fact, one-third of the world’s population does not have safe water to drink. When people are forced to use contaminated water for drinking, bathing, and cooking, the results are catastrophic. Every year, more than one million people die from diseases carried by contaminated…