Water for Life
The third biggest city of the Sindh, Sukkur is facing a serious problems of pure drinking water. A huge population does not afford to avail drinking water at cost. Bismillah Health Society / R.R Group owns the responsibility for distributing fresh drinking water to the poor among the city. Our four water tanks serving about 12000 liter water per days at door step, without charging a single penny.
Although over 70% of our Earth is covered with water, only about 1% of this is actually fit for human consumption. Consumers around the world want us, the businesses of the world, to be protective of our water sources, and help people gain equitable access to clean water, pure enough to drink. In fact, in 2010, the United Nations determined that access to water is a basic human right through the passing of Resolution 64/292 in which the United Nations General Assembly explicitly acknowledged that clean drinking water and sanitation are essential to the realization of all human rights. Drinking water is essential for our health, and access to drinking water comes in many shapes and forms. Drinking water standards vary from geography to geography. In some locations, drinking water supplied through local national water companies is treated with chemicals, such as chlorine or fluoride, and in others, it contains impurities and waste-stream residues. You, our health-conscious consumers, want to know that the water you drink is water. Not toxic chemicals.