The name’s Adittya Kumar Chowdhury, I am a tireless seeker of knowledge and and a person who likes to find ways to implement what I have learnt in real life situations. Apart from learning, travelling and graphics designing are among my peak interests. My basic moto comes from a quote that says ” if you want to change the world, start with yourself ” by Mahatma Gandhi. And so this is my first step on my journey.Tell us what the water concern in your country is!
Bangladesh has about 5 million people who do not have access to clean drinking water and above 50% of the population do not have access to proper sanitation and have diseases mainly caused by dirty water.This is what I think is one of the solutions for a sustainable future:
I believe we have been making progress in improving our water quality but to help it further we need a low cost easy to make and carry solution that can be made from household items that can eliminate the bacteria in water and reduce the unnecessary dirt particles without electricity
Bangladesh is currently undergoing some massive economic changes, and the river bodies are being affected by pollution. Unethical practices are not accounted and the rise in economic growth translates to more industries, which is good for the economy but bad for the water bodies.In the current system, in order to tackle such issues, people resort to many types of water purification measures. With about 63.37% of the total population living in rural areas and at a poverty rate of 24.3%, expensive purification means, like reverse osmosis, is not an option for them. We developed a method to carry out flocculation with Naturally produced poly-glutamic acid with Moringa olifera seeds, which are abundant in nature.