Kindkinis was founded in 2015 as a creative solution to ending the global water crisis, starting with India and then Africa and South America. Kindkinis sees how we can unlock human potential by providing reliable water projects to communities in Africa, India and South America who suffer needlessly from a lack of access to clean water and proper sanitation.
At KindKinis, we believe that clean drinking water is essential to life. Our partner, Generosity.org shares this same vision and has been committed to aiding over 450,000 people across 20 countries in gaining access to clean water.
We have a specific goal for our partnership with Generosity.org, and that goal begins with funding a water project in India. 5% of KindKinis net profit will go toward building a well in an Indian community. By funding this water project, approximately 500 people within the community will have access to clean water. Our goal as a company is to build a minimum of 1 well by the end of 2018.
EVERY PURCHASE COUNTS
When you purchase a KindKinis suit, you are helping to make an impact in someone's life by providing a basic necessity to live. Want to help more? Add a donation to your order! Just $15 gives clean water to one person in the community in India where our water project will be implemented.
WHY WATER MATTERS
ACCESS TO CLEAN WATER AFFECTS EVERY ASPECT OF LIFE
The lack of clean water and sanitation causes 80% of all sickness and disease in the developing world, affecting more people than war, AIDS, and famine combined.
Every $1 invested in improving water and sanitation in a community results in an increase of $4.30 in overall economic revenue.
SANITATION AND HYGIENE
Teaching people to wash their hands and properly use latrines saves more lives than any vaccine. In fact, sanitation and hygiene programs double the impact of every water project, decreasing disease in a community by an average of 47%.
The water crisis creates huge obstacles to improving education in the developing world. When a child's day is spent fetching clean water or battling a water-related disease, attending school is simply not possible.
The burden of collecting water often falls on women, preventing them from working or receiving an education. Walking long distances to get water also increases the risk of sexual assault, and the main reason young girls drop out of school is due to the lack of proper sanitation facilities. Access to clean water gives women equal ability to pursue the same opportunities as men.
On average, women and children in the developing world walk a distance of 6 kilometers (3.7 miles) each day collecting water. Providing access to clean water relieves this burden and unleashes the freedom to work, learn, grow, and dream.
To learn more about the efforts of Generosity.org, visit their website.
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