Why the Hippo Roller?
There are millions of women and children who struggle daily to access water. It is estimated that globally, women and children spend 140 million hours collecting fresh water every day. This is typically done with heavy 20 litre buckets balanced on their head.
The 90 litre Hippo Roller enables women, children and the elderly to collect five times more water than a single bucket. Users simply roll the Hippo Roller along the ground. Its solutions improve water access, food security and income generation.
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