Waseem Iqbal's water filter aims to bring clean drinking water to millions - can you help?

By Shradha Sharma|4th Oct 2018
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Can we all come together to help this startup raise Rs 50 lakh to provide potable water to millions of Indians?

Watch Waseem Iqbal’s video to see how he plans to bring clean and filtered drinking water to all Indians.

This frugal innovation can go miles to save many, many lives in Bharat. The water filter Waseem has built through his company MW Social Enterprise does not need electricity and costs just Rs 1,500. What’s more, the filter costing Rs 500 needs to be replaced once only every two years. He is now looking for funds to help him set up a distribution chain.

Do contact us if you can help Waseem realise his dream of bringing clean drinking water to India.

 


 

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