Drinking water is the first step in building community resilience.
The ability to deal with natural disasters, is built from the basic needs of people.
More than 884 million people suffer from scarce drinking water. The consumption of dirty water generates potentially fatal intestinal diseases, especially in children and old adults.
The Sawyer water filter are an active charcoal device, easy to transport, install and use. They have the capacity to filter up to 800 liters of water a day, and with good maintenance can last up to 5 years. CADENA delivers, installs and trains community leaders for the proper use of these filters.
In this way, CADENA contributes to improving the quality of life of the people in need and supports the construction of community resilience in the face of a natural disasters.