‘It’s a Slow Death’: The World’s Worst Humanitarian Crisis
August 23, 2017
SANA, Yemen – After two and a half years of war, little is functioning in Yemen.
Repeated bombings have crippled bridges, hospitals and factories. Many doctors and civil servants have gone unpaid for more than a year. Malnutrition and poor sanitation have made the Middle Eastern country vulnerable to diseases that most of the world has confined to the history books.
DripDrop is collaborating with the Olive Children's Foundation helping kids with a chronic need for regular blood-transfusions in Africa.
For more information on the foundation & little Olive's story battling with her illness called DBA visit www.olivechildrensfoundation.org
DripDrop helps my Dream
May 7, 2017
Doc helps destitute
March 17, 2017
An American physician who has worked in some of the world’s biggest disaster zones flew in to Cape Town this week to help those left destitute by the Imizamo Yethu fire. Dr Eduardo Dolhun, adjunct assistant clinical professor at the Stanford University Medical Centre in San Francisco, is the founder of oral rehydration solution (ORS) manufacturer DripDrop, which has business concerns in South Africa.
You may be thirstier than you think
November 29, 2016
What do athletes, famous musicians, water-deprived parts of the world, and nearly three-fourths of Americans have in common? They are all at risk for dehydration. Not what you were expecting? At the most extreme end of the spectrum are communities devastated by dehydration. As global activists focus on making clean water safe and easily accessible to these communities, Dr. Eduardo Dolhun is concerned with making the most of the water that is available.
Getting Rehydrated in Ebola’s Epicenter
December 8, 2014
One of the side effects of Ebola is extreme and widespread dehydration, which causes a majority of the deaths among infected people. Others, especially children, come down with diarrhea, which is killing thousands because health facilities are closed or focused solely on Ebola. However, a U.S.-based startup company named DripDrop is providing Oral Rehydration Solution (ORS) to ChildFund’s programs in West Africa.