Currently working in Ghana, India, the Philippines and Bangladesh, WaterHealth International (WHI) is an organization that explicitly makes it known that its work isn't charity but rather an "investment." Through its business model that uses technology platforms, logistics, supply chain management and monitoring, WHI is attempting to reach 100 million people by the year 2015, which is the year the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) were created, of which the environmental sustainability goal covered water solutions.
"WaterHealth International offers an immediately deployable strategy for processing healthy drinking water in underserved communities," their website states. "WaterHealth Centers deliver a scalable and sustainable solution to purify any source of water to WHO- quality drinking water standards."
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