Robert Moses has a short video up from his recent trip to India, which included travel with Jack Rose of Waves for Water.
We should probably pause for a second and note what the organization is all about:
The mission is simple:
To get clean water to every single person who needs it.
People living in impoverished areas die every day from drinking dirty water. While having access to clean water is a luxury that many of us take for granted, there are millions living in nations with no filtration systems in place. Kids drink from the same streams where animals bathe. In addition, there’s no clean water available for surgery if someone is injured, putting the wounded at risk of deathly infections.
The goal is to take existing solutions in the form of portable water filters into countries that need them. There are different options in deciding which filters would be best for each region, based on needs in various areas. Options range from ceramic filters that can be transported by one person, to larger filters that can provide clean water to an entire village.
Now, on to a quick recap of the work in India:
But for me, the best part comes at about the 1:50 mark: The man who catches and tosses back the pack is none other than Radhakunda Das, who we mentioned often in our Yatra recaps — and who any of you going on next year’s will come to know and adore.
Robert further has put a short video with plenty of shots of India. Enjoy:
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