DryBath, a product that allows individuals to take a bath without access to water

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on October 13, 2013

Via Lola OlsonInnovation Excellence: “Many of us live in environments where we’re surrounded by all types of technology, so we tend to take the accessibility it provides to information for granted. We often forget that technology enables us in so many ways, not just to communicate with one another, but to work for ourselves and enrich our own lives. Ludwick Marishane is a South African entrepreneur came up with the idea for DryBath, a product that allows individuals to take a bath without access to water, one day when a friend mentioned that they’d like to have something they could just rub on their skin. It’s no doubt that Marishane’s story is amazing because of what he created, which addresses the issue that 2.5 billion people globally don’t have access to proper water and sanitation where diseases like Trachoma, which leave 8 million blind every year, thrive. Diseases like Trachoma, as Marishane points out in this video, can be solved just by washing your face. Without a doubt, DryBath is an amazing product that’s not only innovative but has the potential to solve global problems.”

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