It’s no secret we’re running out of water. Here are the leading causes of The Global Water Crisis.
By 2025, two-thirds of the world will face drinking water shortages.
Watergen’s systems can solve this problem and help sustain life moving forward.
Water scarcity affects more than 40 percent of the global population and that figure is projected to rise.
Women in sub-Saharan Africa collectively spend about 40 billion hours a year collecting water.
663 million people are without access to clean drinking water.
Each day, nearly 1,000 children die due to preventable water and sanitation related diseases.
Watergen’s technology will ensure the right of every man, women, and child to access fresh, clean and safe drinking water.
Health costs will be lowered, as the availability of safe drinking water will eliminate illness and death caused by waterborne
New jobs will be created by Watergen’s plans to establish regional factories in partnership with global manufacturing partners
Watergen’s technologies provide critical new capabilities for water management and delivery in emergency situations when systems may not be operational.
Access to clean drinking water decreases illness and increases school attendance enabling children to get educated
Women will no longer be burdened with the time-consuming search for drinking water from far-off locations, freeing them to pursue employment and better quality of life
Violence resulting from water retrieval and scarcity will be dramatically lessened