We realize the magnitude of the matter that we are trying to address and believe that setting attainable goals is the best way in achieving and helping make a difference. We have set a 1-5-10 mission in motion in accordance with the United Nations Millennium Development Program, which plans to address achieving eight anti-poverty goals by 2015 including providing clean water. The 1-5-10 program is simple:
- 1 – help 1 percent of the 1 billion people without access to clean drinking water
- 5 – we will do this in 5 years (by 2015 Millennium Development Goals)
- 10 – million lives will be positively changed forever
RainCatcher can help 1 percent or 10 million people gain access to clean drinking water. Currently, our systems have been setup in Kenya, Uganda and Haiti. Our hope is to diversify and spread across the globe to other third world countries that need clean drinking water as well. Most importantly, one of our main mission’s focuses will be on education. We will plan on teaching individuals not only how to use our RainCatcher system, but also enlighten them about the diseases that can arise through drinking adulterated water. We believe education will make individuals realize the consequences of their actions, which will hopefully impel them to make changes & manage independently, without the constant aid and support of others – providing them with hope and a sense of determination.