Welcome to Project Dalisay Water Station – The Philippines!
This is an exciting new project that was recently launched to help thousands of people in the Philippines have access to drinking water that’s not only clean but healthy and affordable too.
Wait a minute! Did we just say healthy drinking water? Are we saying that there’s unhealthy water that’s being consumed?
It’s a common misconception that clean, potable water’s good enough – healthy enough. Here and now, we want you to know that it’s not. Despite technological and medical advances in the last hundred years, we are discovering more and newer diseases; more and more people are suffering from chronic illnesses and at a much younger age compared to as recent as those who lived in the previous century. Of course there’s that inevitable modern lifestyle phenomena but the one common factor across all cultures and geographical regions is the water we drink.
Besides oxygen, water is the next crucial element to survival. After all, we’re all made up of approximately 75% water; all our body’s processes require water. The very blood that runs through us, nourishes us essentially consists of water.
For a lot of us, especially those living in developed countries, we tend to take things for granted. No doubt the “healthy” part of the water we drink is still questionable and we’ll cover that in future posts but at least we do have clean water to consume every single day, twenty-four hours a day. Not so for many more people in other parts of the world.
Project Dalisay Water Station in the Philippines is the first step to help bring clean and healthy water to these people who are less fortunate. To do this, we need as much help as we can garner from all corners of the world. We believe that with the success of Project Dalisay in the Philippines, we will open the doors to yet many other countries around the world.
To learn more, come visit Dalisay Water Station. We look forward to your support. Together, we can make “CLEAN & HEALTHY WATER FOR ALL” a reality. The truth is, clean and healthy water is NOT a privilege; it’s the right of every living person regardless of their socio-economic condition.
Have you ever given any thought to the water you drink every day? Do you know anyone whom you think may be suffering from a chronic illness because of the lack of clean, healthy water? Tell us your thoughts. We look forward to hear from you.