One Drop Project (Orenda Foundation-NPC)

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One Drop Project (Orenda Foundation-NPC)

Safe drinking, cooking and cleaning water has long been a challenge in most rural, and certain township communities; and this issue has been exaggerated now for multiple reasons; which is deeply concerning when water plays a huge part in keeping individuals immune systems up and households clean to a decent standard.
The focus on the food crisis has received a lot of valid attention of late, but as depicted in Carte Blanche on Sunday (watch), water purity has been a major issue in areas across the country and the continent for a very long time.

Orenda Foundation (NPC) is working with Impilo Health/One Drop Water Solutions in order to provide township and rural communities with the opportunity to have safe drinking, cooking and cleaning water within their communities over this trying period and beyond.
One Drop provides an instant solution to ensure both clean drinking water from municipal sources, or even cleaning all bacteria from river water to make it drinkable using the a single drop of the One Drop product.

Orenda Foundation (NPC) is working with Impilo Health/One Drop Water Solutions in order to provide township and rural communities with the opportunity to have safe drinking, cooking and cleaning water within their communities over this trying period and beyond.
One Drop provides an instant solution to ensure both clean drinking water from municipal sources, or even cleaning all bacteria from river water to make it drinkable using the a single drop of the One Drop product.

Each bottle has the ability to treat 150L of river water, making it safe to drink, or use to wash hands, cook food etc. 

Due to this, Orenda Foundation (NPC) is working with Impilo Health/One Drop in order to acquire the product at cost price in order to distribute it out to communities that are in need. 

We have secured the product, and are working with our partner NGO’s and food distributors across the country, as well as various marketing partners and are now looking to raise the necessary funds to take the project across the country.

 

 

The product generally retails in stores such as Cape Union Mart for R65, but we have secured the product from the supplier for a cost price of R15 (including production, marketing fees, delivery to centralised distribution points) in order to help communities in need

Because of this being a niche product that solves a problem which was around before Covid19, exaggerated through Covid 19, and will remain post pandemic; we believe we can use the product to help millions of families across the country and through this period and further beyond.

 

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