Waterplus Campaign

"Sharing clean and safe drinking water"

According to UNICEF, one out of every ten people of the world's population does not have access to potable water. Two out of every six people do not have access to basic sanitation facilities. The lives of 3,000 children are threatened every day due to these living conditions.

Waterplus Campaign

Together with our product distributors, INTOPS operates the "WaterPlus" campaign to raise awareness about the lack of clean drinking water. In addition, proceeds from product sales are used toward purchasing and donating UNICEF's "Life-saving Gifts" as well as other activities to help people suffering due to water-related issues.

Such campaigns are conducted along with various organizations to provide support through UNICEF for water purifiers, soap, folding buckets, and other necessities related to contaminated water.

By the end of 2013, manual pumps were installed in a total of 35 villages, clean water kits were delivered to 547 households (3,282 people), and 72,000 water purifier tablets were distributed to approximately 152,000 people. INTOPS was fortunate enough to be able to play a small role in saving lives and providing relief to those suffering from water-related issues.

INTOPS will continue to expand these efforts and participate in a variety of activities to provide even the smallest amount of happiness with the people who need it most.

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