Sustainable Development Goal 6 is one of 17 Sustainable Development Goals established by the United Nations General Assembly in 2015. It calls for clean water and sanitation for all people. The official wording is: "Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.

Water is a basic human need. Without it, survival is not possible. Yet, in 2020, 2.1 billion people still wake up each morning without access to clean water. This means that millions of vulnerable families around the world do not drink, cook, or bathe with clean water.

2.1 billion people globally do not have access to clean, safe drinking water.

3.4 million people die each year from scarce and contaminated water sources.

Millions of women and children spend 3-6 hours each day collecting water from distant and polluted sources.

The time it takes to walk the average 3.7 miles for clean water is time not spent generating income, caring for family members, or attending school.

At any given time, half of the world’s hospital beds are occupied by patients suffering from diseases associated with lack of access to clean water.

Usable Water scarcity is one of the biggest problem currently world is facing. By 2030 the world will have only 60% of the water it needs.

The essence of global water scarcity is the geographic and temporal mismatch between freshwater demand and availability. The increasing world population, improving living standards, changing consumption patterns, and expansion of irrigated agriculture are the main driving forces for the rising global demand for water. Nearly 6,000 children die of water related diseases each day. It is time to end the water crisis.

We are dedicated to Give Clean Water, Better Health, & Sustainable Opportunity. For this goal we have developed 3 major solutions to overcome water crises in terms of quality and quantity.