technology innovation through the process of of osmosis o filter dirty and contaminated water by recycling to become consumable by people and animals. Three organizations are the ones that are going to sponsor this program; we have the United Nations high commission for refugees (UNHCR), United Nations- water program and the USAID. The project is expected t take six months of implementation, about $250,000 cost, and would benefit over 800,000 refugees in these camps.
Water is known to be an important resource that supports life; the ecological life depends majorly on the presence of water. An environment that has little water resource has fewer chances of survival for the habits than the environment that has plenty of this resource. Both plants and animals need water to thrive well; not only do the organisms need just water, but they need clean water. This is why clean water has been a subject of contention in both local and international forums. United Nations came to a realization that the both animal species and human beings need clean and enough water resource to survive. Lack of adequate and clean water in many parts of the world has become a threat to the life of the organisms. Therefore, the United Nations decided to create a UN-water agency in 2003 to supports the members on matters to do with water in trying to create a sustainable ecosystem. Many countries around the world neither have enough nor clean water; water related problems have been on the rise following the recent statistics most especially in the developing countries such as the sub-Saharan Africa, Arabia, and Asian countries. Most nations lie in deserts and semiarid climate where people who live in these places have a big problem of accessing adequate and clean water. Therefore, there is a need to use the technology available to try to alleviate the situations. This paper is a story on how we can use technology to have more safe and clean drinking water. When the project succeeds, then most