Welcome to ohorizons.org's Media Page. This page consists of our videos, press kit, and past press coverage. We invite you to explore and learn about our mission and clean water initiatives!

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We've put together a collection of high resolution images and some global drinking water facts for your use. We encourage you to help us spread the word about the global water crisis and how our innovative Wood Mold for BioSand Filter production can improve people's lives.

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Global Drinking Water Facts

663 million people do not have access to an improved drinking water source. 8 out of 10 people still without improved drinking water sources live in rural areas. -World Health Organization and UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme. 2015.Progress on Drinking Water and Sanitation, 2015 Update and MDG Assessment.’
Approximately 1.8 billion people use a drinking water source that is contaminated with feces. -Prüss-Ustün et al. Tropical Medicine & International Health, Vol 19, no 8: 917–927. 2014.  Global assessment of exposure to faecal contamination through drinking water based on a systematic review.’
50% of all cases of undernutrition are associated with repeated diarrhea or intestinal worm infections as a direct result of inadequate water, sanitation and hygiene. -World Health Organization. 2008. Safer water, better health.'
Nearly 1,000 children die every day from diarrhoeal diseases linked to a lack of safe water, sanitation and basic hygiene. -Prüss-Ustün et al. Tropical Medicine & International Health, Vol 19, no 8: 894-905. 2014. Burden of disease from inadequate water, sanitation and hygiene in low- and middle-income settings: a retrospective analysis of data from 145 countries.’
The water crisis is the #1 global risk based on impact to society (as a measure of devastation), as announced by the World Economic Forum in January 2015. -World Economic Forum. 2015. Global Risks 2015 Report.'

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