At Xatoms, we utilize the latest quantum chemistry calculations, combined with the power of AI, to model new molecules of photocatalysts. Our goal is to help clean water for communities across Africa and Asia.
Almost 2000 children under the age of five die every day due to preventable water-related diseases, such as diarrhea, cholera, and dysentery.
The devastating effects of water pollution in Africa and Asia are heart-wrenching, as contaminated water sources mar countless lives. Families watch their loved ones, particularly their vulnerable children, succumb to debilitating and often fatal waterborne diseases. As a result, the joy of education is snatched away from countless children, leaving them to fight for survival instead of pursuing a brighter future. Economies stagnate, and dreams wither as healthcare costs soar and productivity dwindles. The burden of water collection falls heavily on the shoulders of women and girls, trapping them in a cycle of inequality that deprives them of education and economic opportunities. With every drop of polluted water, communities are pushed to the brink as tensions and conflicts over scarce clean water resources tear them apart. The suffering caused by water pollution is a heartbreaking reminder of the urgent need for action to secure clean water for all.
At Xatoms, we want to solve this global issue.
Our mission at Xatoms is to harness the power of our cutting-edge technology to clean water and save the lives of children who are dying every day from water-related diseases caused by polluted water. By developing novel photocatalysts through advanced quantum chemistry calculations and AI, we aim to create efficient and sustainable water treatment solutions that can be deployed in areas with limited access to clean water.
We are committed to collaborating with local communities, governments, and non-profit organizations to ensure that our innovative water treatment systems reach those who need them most. By focusing on the well-being of children, we strive to not only save lives but also to improve the overall health, education, and development of future generations in affected regions.
Together, we can make a tangible difference in the lives of millions of children around the world and contribute to a healthier, safer, and more sustainable future for all.