If you can't get safe water to people, you empower them to make it.
It’s estimated that every 90 seconds a child dies from a water-related disease. Chlorine is one of the most effective ways to treat water. However, in low-resource communities, chlorine can be extremely expensive, difficult to transport, or is simply not available.
Empower people in need to make their water safe and reinvent the supply chain of chlorine in developing nations. How? By crowdfunding the MSR Community Chlorine Maker, a unique device that uses just salt, water and electricity from any 12-volt battery to produce enough chlorine in 5 minutes to treat 200 liters of water. Just one device can provide sustainable water treatment for a community of up to 200 people for 5 years or more.