QNET Believes That Safe Drinking Water Is A Human Right

In many countries where clean water is readily available it can be easy to forget that there are people living in communities around the world for whom having clean water to drink and bathe in is a luxury. Some communities are very much experiencing what can only be considered a water crisis. According to international non-profit Water.org there are more than 660 million that are not able to access water that is safe to drink. This problem also extends to sanitation. About 30 percent of the world’s population does not toilets readily available to them. 

According to statistics on the Water.org website the number of people who have access to mobile phones is higher than the number of people who have access to toilets and a third of the world’s schools are not able to offer their students access to clean water. This of course has negative implications for the children that are attending to those schools in hope of receiving an education that will enable them to better their lives. 

QNET recognizes how important clean drinking water is to a person’s quality of life. The company understands how critical safe water is to the wellbeing of communities in nations around the world.

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Posted by QNET (Official) on Monday, March 28, 2016

The RYTHM Foundation focuses on putting the lessons that global social change leader Mohandas Gandhi taught during his life into action. The foundation enables QNET to make its vision for philanthropy and global corporate citizenship a reality. The foundation focuses its resources and efforts on making a difference in three different core areas: community development, promoting community wellbeing and supporting children who have special needs. 

The Positive Thoughts Project will support special needs children by donating a QNET Homepure water filtration system to a school for children with special needs if 500 Facebook users leave “positive thoughts” on a post on the RYTHM Foundation’s Facebook page. According to QBuzz if Facebook users leave an additional 500 positive comments on the Facebook post during a subsequent two-week period then QNET will donate another Homepure water filtration system to an organization that serves disabled individuals in the United Arab Emirates known as the Rashid Centre. 

A QNET product that can enhance the effectiveness of the Homepure water filtration system is the Homepure pre-filter. The filter can enhance the lifespan of a Homepure filter cartridge. It can also contribute to the clarity of water and can remove nearly all of the sediment that may be in water while leaving health-enhancing minerals behind. The pre-filter also removes odors from the water and can make the water taste better.

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