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In the XXI century a part of the world is immersed in an unprecedented technological revolution disappearing distances and reducing to a minimum to move from one party to another planet time. Immediate contact with each other and share knowledge, experiences and all kinds of real-time information is now possible, and infrastructure covers all needs.

But parallelly is a large part of humanity that lacks the most basic material means for a dignified life. Elementary services such as drinking water, sewage system or electric energy are impossible for many millions of people. One need only point out some figures (source UN):

884 million people lack access to safe drinking water.
2,600 million lack sanitation, even elementary.
Every day 5,000 children die from lack of water and sanitation.
20% of humanity does not have electricity.

In addition it should be noted that 31 million people live in refugee camps after fleeing war or natural disasters aggravated by the misuse of resources. This contrast between a world so developed and technological and other world that survives immerse in poverty, scarcity of chances and lack of the most basic infrastructure is inadmissible.

Given this inequality is indispensable cooperation of institutions promoting and managing humanitarian aid and the development of infrastructure and equipment to disadvantaged part of humanity needs, in line with what is required in laws and international treaties.

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