EssentialNeed.org is a network of people. We are focusing on solving the global water poverty by spreading awareness about the relevant facts, in order to gain worldwide support and end this problem as early as 2020. This is our Mission 2020.
By signing up you are voting yes to end water poverty and giving your voice to influence individuals, public figures, businesses, civil society and governments to end this problem.
To give the voiceless a voice – it's free.
After sign up you can do more if you wish
After sign up you can do more if you wish
Spread awareness by inviting friends to join your network and also raise awareness about water poverty facts and 'Mission 2020'. They will be listed in the 'Caring Network' section of your personal profile once they sign up. You also have the option to donate or raise funds to provide clean water to the neediest children on earth. Check out Rez’s profile as an example.
Benefits of Ending Water Poverty
Saving children stabilizes the global population. Watch this video to learn why.
For every $1 invested in water and sanitation, there is an economic return of between $3 - $34 (WHO).
Half of the world’s hospital beds are filled with people suffering from water related diseases – these beds can be freed up by decreasing water poverty in the world (UN).
In Africa and Asia women and children spend up to 6 hours each day collecting water. This time can be saved and used for work increasing productivity within their community.
Children can spend more time in education and improving their chances of a brighter future due to not wasting time on water collection.
Clean water lays the foundation of a brighter future and creates a happier world for everyone.
What ending extreme poverty means to Bobbie Couhbor
Poverty severely limits the progress of humanity. The cure for cancer or the solution to climate change could be in the mind of someone whose life is cut short due to lack of basic needs, such as food, water, and education. It is up to us to ensure everyone has the ability to meet their full potential.
Bobbie Couhbor - Cloud Infrastructure Consultant and Technology and Solutions Advisor
Cloud Infrastructure Consultant and Technology and Solutions Advisor
What ending extreme poverty means to Agate Fadaei
It's 2016 and we have come along way in technology and the medical field, yet there are children who still to this day, lack the most basic need. Clean water. Please lets join and act together to help eradicate water poverty through mission 2020.
Agate Fadaei - Senior Clinical Research Associate
Senior Clinical Research Associate
What ending extreme poverty means to Amir Saberian
We are at a crucial position in time as a species and the decisions we make or fail to make can immensely impact the future state of our place. It is such an honourable mission to be a part of. A sustainable future for our generation and the generations to come.
What ending extreme poverty means to Maryam Tajabor
I would love to see every single child to have an abundance of clean water. I hope everyone joins this cause and makes our world a better place to live in. Together we can make this happen.
Maryam Tajabor - Nurse
What ending extreme poverty means to Omid Faraji
Mission 2020 to me is all about raising awareness and saving lives - Especially children in the poor areas of the world today. Nothing is more satisfying than helping others in anyway possible. I have made this my mission in life.
Omid Faraji - Software Engineer
What ending extreme poverty means to Rostam Faraji
Think of how hard suffering is from poverty especially poverty due to deprivation from clean water and more important when children are the first victims. Help to end this tragedy.
Rostam Faraji - Pharmacist, Professor of Food Science & Technology
Pharmacist, Professor of Food Science & Technology
What ending extreme poverty means to Arman Masoudi
I love to live in a world where people are not dying due to lack of most basic needs. I encourage my friends to join this very important cause.
What ending extreme poverty means to Nicko De La Cruz
The smile in every children's face is cannot be measured by any amount of money. It is priceless! Providing their basic needs and spread awareness will be their best shield from death. Let us help them to build a good future. They are waiting for your help.
Nicko De La Cruz - UI and UX Mobile App and Web Designer at USSC CMAI (Clearmind)
UI and UX Mobile App and Web Designer at USSC CMAI (Clearmind)
What ending extreme poverty means to Rez Haremi
I want every child to have access to clean water by the year 2020.
Rez Haremi - Social Entrepreneur & Systems Engineer
Social Entrepreneur & Systems Engineer
What ending extreme poverty means to Rat Race Resistance
Realisation of the Mission 2020 is that we, The People, have boundless potential to create, to inspire, to change, to bring joy, to evolve, to enlighten and to be enlightened. It all starts with love and compassion. More love + more compassion = more enlightenment and more fulfillment.
Rat Race Resistance - Musical Event
What ending extreme poverty means to Sam Tajvidi
Mission 2020 for me is standing up for what I believe in, being conscious of my environment and being the change I want to see in the world. What we fail to see, is that there is enough resources for every individual on this planet to live a fulfilled life. Mission 2020 is more than saving children; it’s about making a stance. I encourage everyone to join me in supporting Mission 2020, for together we can create a better world for ourselves and for each other. “If one suffers we all suffer. Togetherness is strength, it is courage.”
What ending extreme poverty means to Essential Mall
Here at Essential Mall we cannot accept innocent people dying due to lack of the most basic need – Water! So much so that we have decided to donate 100% of our net profits towards Essential Need’s Mission 2020 to help end this problem as soon as possible.
Essential Mall - Online Shopping Network
Online Shopping Network