$100 Billion is spent on relief aid with thousands of volunteers
2.6 billion live on less than US $2 a day
22,000 children die each day due to poverty
1.1 billion people have inadequate access to water
2.6 billion lack basic sanitation
15.2 million refugees
26.4 million internally displaced
With the help of global cattle experts, we will set up highly efficient processing plants to establish food security. As simple as that sounds, there is no electricity, very little water and no accommodations.
Water and Sanitation
More than one out of six people lack access to safe drinking water, namely 1.1 billion people, and more than two out of six lack adequate sanitation, namely 2.6 billion people. 3900 children die every day from water borne diseases.
Over 1.4 billion people are still without access to electricity worldwide, almost all of whom live in developing countries. This includes about 550 million in Africa, and over 400 million in India. Access to electricity must be environmentally and socially sustainable.
About 3 billion people use solid fuels—wood, charcoal, coal and dung—for cooking and heating. Every year fumes and smoke from open cooking fires kill approximately 1.6 million people mostly women and children, from emphysema and other respiratory diseases.
The facts are staggering: 10.5 Million people are considered refugees, 27.5 Million are considered Internally Displaced People and 12 Million with no country. Less than 20 % live in any type of shelter.