We are brothers Rahul and Rohan Rao. Together we believe in the concept of H2O for Everyone, the idea that every person on our planet should have access to safe and potable water. How did we come here? This is our story.
Growing up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, a place bustling with diverse people and massive corporations, we have never worried about clean water access. With running taps, plumbing, sprinklers, laundry machines, and even water parks, water never has been a concern. As we have matured and become more aware of the world around us, it has become clear to us that water is taken for granted when it is available in abundance.
In first world countries like the United States, access to clean safe water is a guaranteed resource. It wasn't until we began traveling to other nations around the world that we realized safe water is not as common for billions of people. When we first traveled to India, we were shocked to see young boys and girls our age begging for food and water. When traveling to China, we were only able to drink boiled water as everything else was non-potable. Additionally, our father often works in South America and when traveling is only able to drink bottled water just because it is the only guaranteed safe drinking water. It was not until we got a more global perspective, that we understood the Water Crisis is very real and that there is something we need to do.
Seeing many existing non-profits organization raising money to end this problem across the world, we were also motivated to make a difference too. We recognized that young people, just like us, are so comfortably surrounded by water that we have no knowledge of people suffering from water scarcity all over the world. It is our goal to bring awareness of the Water Crisis to young people all over the world and educate them about things we can do to be the generation that finally ends the water crisis once and for all.
We want to spread our message and bring awareness to young people all around the world. In order to do so, we need ambassadors from all backgrounds to speak to young people and bring awareness to the global water crisis. If you're interested or have questions, please reach out to us by clicking the button.