The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations said that in order to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger sustainably, we need to boost both private and public investment to raise rural and agricultural productivity and incomes, and promote more productive, sustainable and inclusive food systems.
The 734 Water Project supports the United Nation’s 17 SDG Goals to solve global issues by 2030. We recognize that combining Goal #6 (Clean Water) with #8 (Decent Work & Economic Development) will provide a force multiplier for creating positive progress for all 17 Goals.
734 Water opened it first water plants in Juba, South Sudan, this plant is capable of producing and distributing two liters of safe drinking water to 40,000 people every day. This water plants employed 12 individuals to perform sanitization and filling duties, and execute maintenance, marketing, and promotion responsibilities and distribution tasks.