Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Putting a full stop to water woes! Portable water to the masses!

Water shortage has always been a problem in India.

Almost many states have suffered due to water crisis.
Such one state is Rajhastan . Though India was historically water rich country we face water problems.
The worst affected are the women.

They are burdened enough with their house hold responsibilities and to add more to their burden is the water problem.
I have often watched my mom fret over water not ler by the Kaveri water supplier.
She is so stressed "Building mein pani nahi hai" " Ab kaise kya hoga"Running all over to the third floor to check if there's even a lil bit of water left in the tanks.As a child I hardly understood her pains.
Water is necessary for personal hygiene,  household cleanliness, as well as daily consumption needs.
This is what Miss Cynthiya Koenig puts light on.The women of India being burdened and distressed over water issues.How it affects their success and lives.

Women wasting 25% of their time fetching water to their homes in pots held on their heads which also leads to weakening of shoulder and damage to brain.This traditional method is too dangerous for women.
Why waste 6 hours over fetching water? Women are far more better than fetching water thgroughout their life.To add it teenage girls aged between 13-16 dropping out of school as they have water shortage at home and they are given responsibility of fetching water.

This water crisis leads them not to waste water to wash hands , further leading to affect their personal hygiene causing many chronic diseases.
Carrying heavy loads on heads, waiting in queues for long periods of time...
If there was just a simple way to carry water without wasting so much time, if only there was a way girls couldn't miss their education...
The problem is not small. It is way more bigger than one can imagine.

Then there is this ubercool solution.
The water transportation tool designed by Miss Cynthiya Koenig  is a gift for rural women who want to do more valuable things with their time.
The Waterwheel,(Water transportation tool) a 20-gallon drum that moves four to five times the amount of water possible using traditional methods of collection and carrying.This way the women don't have to run all the way and carry huge loads everyday!
The fact that it is nonprofit organization to help distribute a locally available easy water transportation method.
Using this method would solve most of health and socioeconomic problems of our country .
This would lead to better sanitation.

But it is also important that the most needy should be searched and the tool be handed to them.
Too many fraudsters roam in India.

This tool can benefit nearly millions of Indian women.It has a postivie impact on the lives of young Indian women.

This post is a part of the contest by Franklin Templeton  on Indiblogger.


  1. Wello is one of the best solutions to transport water over long distances for domestic purposes. Great post.

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