Will lack safely managed drinking water globally in 2030 – UNITED NATIONS
In Sub-Saharan africa lacks access to basic drinking water – UNICEF and WHO
Spent by women and girls every day to collect water – UNICEF
Who die from contaminated water are children under 5 years old – WHO
Aquaful was a speaker at the United Nations 2023 Water Conference in New York on March 22-24 !
To enable healthy and prosperous communities where everyone has access to clean water.
To improve health outcomes through equitable and affordable access to clean water.
Today, 1 in 3 people globally lacks access to clean water because water is unsafe, unreliable, and unaffordable (UNICEF, WHO).
Some traditional humanitarian aid to tackle water scarcity seems to perpetuate a vicious circle of dependence and poverty.
Aquaful provides safe, reliable, and affordable access to potable water through water kiosks.
Water Kiosks are managed by and for the people who need them, turning the vicious circle into a virtuous circle of interdependence and wealth.
Our Business Model
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How does it work ?
- STEP 1
- STEP 2
- STEP 3
- STEP 4
- STEP 5
Locally available water is pumped from ponds, rivers, wells.
Water is then purified by reverse osmosis filtration.
The purified water is then conditioned in 20-liter sanitized and sealed jugs, providing 2 to 3 days of consumption for an average household.
Order, payment and delivery
Once the orders are placed, and the payment made via mobile phones, the jugs are then delivered directly to the wholesalers or to the families or to the schools etc. Through fuel efficient trucks or motor bikes.
The empty jugs are collected, cleaned and reused, thus reducing the plastic footprint and creating a circular economy.
The water quality is monitored every month and complies with WHO standards, generating a virtuous circle.
Our first pilot
The first pilot will be implemented in Cameroon where some 5 million people – about half of the rural population – lack access to potable water.