Today, 884 million people across the world don't have access to safe and clean water. The solution may be household water filter treatments.
This post is in partnership with Vestergaard Frandsen
Today, 884 million people only have access to unimproved water sources (such as wells and plumbing that have not been updated or maintained), which can be the source of deadly water-borne diseases and other contamination. Many of the world's water problems are due to this type of contamination, not lack of water supply. The solution to this global problem may be household water treatments that can be kept at the point of water use. They've been twice as effective in reducing water-borne disease and don't require firewood or extensive time to maintain. Click above to see how providing these water filters can help save lives.