In the country of Tajikistan children with disabilities are discriminated against and kept at home. There are few educational opportunities for children with this label. This is changing because of The RYTHM Foundation a nonprofit organization that helps children with special needs and QNET a direct selling company with meaningful products.
They are working with the Association of Disabled Children to give the children a better future. A day care center was established in 2006. About 75 children attend the school and QNET and The RYTHM Foundation help fund the project and find qualified staff. The school is named Taarana. They are working to help disabled children in different countries around the world.
During March and early April the Rythm Foundation had a campaign called the Positive Thought Project. For every 1,000 positive thoughts posted on their Facebook Page QNET would donate one red HomePure seven stage water filter system to three locations. They would donate to Taarana, Malaysia, and the Rashid Centre located in UAE for disabled children.
The contest was a chance to provide clean water to disadvantage children in different countries in the world. The HomePure Water Filtration System sold by QNET has seven stages. It is designed to provide clean, safe, and healthy water for everyone. Most water has pollution of some type and these systems help make water safe in different parts of the world. They only made about 1,000 red units and are giving them to special causes.
The HomePure system has a sediment filter that blocks rust and sediment. It has a carbon filter for screening out chlorine and chemicals. Carbon ceramic balls reduce odors and bad taste. It has many special features that keep water clean and healthy. It is sold in 90 countries.
QNET sells many purposeful products like air purifiers, vitamins, extracts, supplements, skin care products, makeup, watches, jewelry and more. They have online educational courses and travel clubs.