Water is an essential resource for people to survive; one in three people lack the water to sufficiently lead a healthy, safe life (World Health Organization). Water scarcity is a global problem affecting over a billion people in developing nations. In India, water scarcity is already a high priority issue because it affects so many families and communities around the country.
IbiscusProduction will join the RainCatcher team and document the story of this new journey in India. They will follow us as we meet the children of the different regions, that every day risk to get sick and die from waterborne and sanitation-related illnesses including diarrhea and malaria. They will document the daily challenge that women face to fight shortages by finding new ways to transport water and the handful of other men, women, and children that struggle to get clean, safe water for themselves and their neighbors.
The documentary will feature the children of India and meetings with Minister-in-Charge of Public Health. This documentary will describe the distributions of systems capable to harvest rainwater in remote areas. The portable super filters, attached to tanks, that turn polluted and contaminated water (from lakes, rivers, ponds and rain), into purified, clean and safe drinking water.
A story of how “a few” can change the lives of many.
100% of the money donated to RainCatcher.org will be used for Water Filtration Systems and Clean Water Projects.
This documentary is the just the first one in many to come!
Thank you for your support.
~The team at RainCatcher