QNET Egypt offers access to clean drinking water
Water is a fundamental human need. Each person on Earth requires at least 20 to 50 litres of clean, safe water a day for drinking, cooking, and simply to keep themselves clean. Polluted water isn’t just dirty—it’s deadly.
Some 1.8 million people die every year of diarrheal diseases like cholera. Tens of millions of others are seriously sickened by a host of water-related ailments, many of which are easily preventable. It is important to have clean drinking water to prevent the spread and contraction of diseases, and it is also important to regularly drink water every day to avoid dehydration. Realizing the need to provide safe drinking water to every individual, QNET Egypt has come up with its innovative product, HomePure.
According to a report, 80% of citizens living in the city of As suit in Egypt drink unclean water. Last year, hundreds of Egyptians in Menoufia fell ill after drinking contaminated water. While the Egyptian government is striving to find long-term solutions to resolve this problem, corporations have come up with products and solutions that help improve water quality and provide clean water for drinking. QNET Egypt has invented HomePure, which is a portable water purification system for homes that is equipped with a 7-stage filtration system, each filtering out a different type of contaminant. The system is also equipped with tourmaline ceramic balls, which has antibacterial and deodorising qualities.
The water that you end up drinking is Pi-water, very similar to that found in your body. It’s created by a Pi-water ceramic that adds Ferric Ferrous Salt to the water. When added to tap water, Fe2Fe3 quickly breaks down the chlorine and suppresses the increase of excessive free radicals, thus serving as an anti-oxidant. HomePure’s user-friendly design makes it easy to install and use it in the home. It also does not require electricity to operate, thus providing clean water at minimal cost.
Apart from providing access to safe drinking water, this direct selling enterprise has organised a two-day national feeding programme for several hundred people in Egypt, in conjunction with the holy month of Ramadan. The Ramadan Bags Convoy is part of the QNET Pays Forward program, a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative of the company that reflects its core philosophy of RYTHM or Raise Yourself to Help Mankind. Through the Ramadan Bags Convoy project, QNET Egypt aims to provide food for the underprivileged to break their fast.
Charity is an integral part of Ramadan and many initiatives spring up, leading up to, and during the month-long celebration. Drives to donate food to those in need, to ensure they can break their fast with a proper meal, are organised all over the country to enable everyone to contribute freely and participate in this aspect of Ramadan. A team of 50 Independent Representatives (IRs) participated in the project to help disburse the bags to 500 needy families in places such as Benysweif, Qaluobia and Cairo.
This Asian direct selling giant also offers a wide range of luxury products. Some of the most popular products from this company’s luxury line are the jewellery pieces of the Umayal Collection. The collection combines a woman’s unprecedented love for natural heritage and her unrelenting passion for owning fine and elegant jewellery pieces in her collection.
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