Clean Water Program

Complementary to the SNI bioactive nutrition programs for early intervention in remediating chronic malnutrition in children, we have established a ‘Clean Water Program’ to help reduce the incidence of diarrhea and intestinal diseases in infants. Diarrhea is the leading cause of death in nutritionally deficit regions worldwide. The lack of potable water, along with nutritional deficiencies, represents the compounding cause of death for nearly 4100 children daily worldwide. This is an alarming statistic, and no child should be left behind due to the lack of potable water.

SNI’s program focus is to complement our chronic malnutrition remediation initiatives with clean and potable water in the regions where we are engaged. The ‘Clean Water Program’ is a new initiative to further enhance the sustainable human benefits that accrue from our bioactive nutrition programs for pregnant and lactating mothers and their infants, thereby helping assure the health and wellbeing of a child’s development into a productive adulthood.

The development of each new fresh water well that serves a matrix of rural communities costs approximately $100,000. You can help save a child’s life and assure his/her future wellbeing by contributing to the SNI ‘Clean Water Program’ today.