Yes, the problem is huge, but the solution is simple. Get people clean drinking water. Ok, it’s more complicated than that. The solution will involve digging wells, installing filtration and chlorinization systems, and, where appropriate and possible, harvesting the rain. 99% of the one billion people without clean water could be helped by one of those three applications. By some estimates, as little as 6 billion dollars could END the problem. Sound like a lot of money? Of course it is. But when you consider the fact that there are INDIVIDUALS in this world rich enough to provide that amount of money… Think about that. There are a few super wealthy individuals, who, according to this estimate, with the right spending and oversight for well-built sustainable water applications could actually end the world’s biggest problem. We do hope to get high-net worth individuals helping out. In the meantime, we’ll get cracking with average folks like you and me, one dollar at a time. As a nation we spend more than that each year on Halloween candy. Wrap your mind around that. The “throw away” amount that we spend without even thinking -- even in this rough economy -- could save millions upon millions of lives. For the record, if everybody in America bought 10 bottles of HumanKind water, or simply donated $10, we could eradicate the problem. Are we crazy?