Home Improvement Delaware
It's heartbreaking to realize how many people, especially children, die everyday because they lack clean potable water. What's really sad is that it honestly doesn't cost a lot of money to install a new well in a third world country.
Perhaps the most tragic part of it all is that approximately half of the world's net wealth belongs to the top 1%, top 10% of adults hold 85%, while the bottom 90% hold the remaining 15% of the world's total wealth, top 30% of adults hold 97% of the total wealth.
In other words, if one affluent person cared enough, he or she could literally save a countless number of adults and children from death by dehydration or starvation. They simply don't care enough to expend the effort required to make it happen, which is truly a crying shame considering they could literally just pay people to do all of the work required to save the needy souls from famine.
Here's a website with a list of seven NPO's that help to quench worldwide thirst: