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Founded by Agro-Economist Dr. Thaddaeus Thompson, PhD. and Executive MBA in Global Business Management.


SWEERGLOBAL explores solutions to stop maternal mortality deaths in infants and pregnant women in underdeveloped countries, and we are currently engaged in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria, where the UNICEF Report of 2016 blames on toxic drinking water and contaminants in rivers and ground water.  Partnering with or supporting us will save lives. 


Problems Worth Solving

In 2016, UNICEF reported that the causes of maternal mortality deaths in the Niger Delta Region are lack of Purified drinking water and poor sanitation. According to the report, almost 90 percent of child deaths from diarrhoeal diseases are directly linked to contaminated water, lack of sanitation, or inadequate hygiene. The report also confirmed that child mortality rate of Nigeria was 104.3 deaths per 1,000 live births in 2016. In response to the UNICEF Report and recent cry outs from the local communities, a team of SWEERGLOBAL investigators visited the region and interviewed the local communities, who told us, "the situation has worsened and there is no help in sight; the government keep


















saying it is improving, but it has gotten worse."  According to the Africa Population Health Research Center (APHRC) - 2017 Fact-Sheet, "Pregnancy and the period surrounding it is a dangerous time for too many of the 9.2 million women and girls who become pregnant in Nigeria each year. They face a lifetime risk of maternal death of 1 in 13 compared to 1 in 31 for sub-Saharan Africa as a whole. Nigeria’s estimated annual 40,000 maternal deaths account for about 14% of the global total. The country is also the second largest contributor to maternal mortality worldwide, after India. One Nigerian woman dies every 13 minutes – that is 109 women dying each day - from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth. For each death, there are an estimated 30 to 50 women who will experience life-long conditions and disabilities such as obstetric fistula. In total, that’s more than 500 women each day who will die or face serious and lasting health consequences. Most of these deaths and health consequences are, however, preventable. Although maternal deaths have declined globally since the 1990s, the pace of reduction has been much slower in Nigeria compared to the rest of Africa."

Watch Project Video

This is the Documentary Film on Watly’s origin produced by Discovery Channel.

Partners With WATLY

Marco Antonio Attisani (Watly Founder/WEO) describes the newly released Watly 4.0 to partner Dr. Thompson (SWEERGLOBAL Founder/CEO) during the launching of the Watly 4.0 on October 4, 2018.

Our Solutions

Our approach prevents any contaminant from entering the human body. We use the Watly-Tank (W-Tank) system, in which water is dispensed from a contamination-proof vending machine directly into a contamination-proof W-Tank container equipped with a chip that can read and transmit data to and from the W-tank to and from a control  center in Italy. A data-reading wristband is distributed to users and it is connected to the W-Tank and the Watly 4.0 water dispenser. Once the vending machine detects the secured container (through chip reading) it releases water into the container. By no means can the container be opened or refilled with any kind of water except through data transmission between the W-Tank and the Watly dispenser. By so  

















doing, we are maintaining our goal of preventing contaminants into drinking water and thereby resolving the maternal mortality death

















problem. The container cannot be opened at anytime during usage making it impossible to refill it with any kind of water but the 100% germ-free Watly water.  All data transmission during the W-tank’s lifespan is recorded remotely in Italy for analysis and development. The Watly water is NOT for showering or washing clothing; it’s for direct consumption orally and could be used in hospitals because of its purity. The Watly water technology is proven, and it was first tested in Ghana in 2015 and listed on the Discovery Channel as one of the outstanding technological inventions of 2015. Report from the SWEER Team's visit to the Delta Region of Nigeria in April - May 2018 concluded that the prospects of improving mortality rate during child birth and in children is very high with our empowerment and inclusive approach that would create jobs for the locals and create awareness on environmental sanitation issues.

Thermodynamic  Computerized Water Purification Plant - Capacity/Day: 2M gal

WATLY 4.0 Water Purification Thermodynamic Computerized unit. Launched: October 4, 2018

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WATLY 3.0 Water Purification

Thermodynamic Computerized unit.

Launched: 2017

How it Began:

WATLY 2.0 Water Purification Thermodynamic Computerized unit. Launched: 2015 (Below)

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WATLY 2.0 Water Purification Thermodynamic Computerized unit. Launched: 2015

Market Analysis
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60 Million


Market size: $24M



We will use this money to pay for the plant, the facility that will house the water purification plant, storage tanks, maintenance workshop, training and, salaries for 25 employees and cater for volunteers, logistics, computers, office supplies, licenses and permits, mobilization to site and supplement revenue.

Funding Needed


This is not an offer to sell or a solicitation of any offer to buy any securities

Sales & Marketing

Sales Channels

  1. The communities that provided land will have free supply of water.

  2. To sustain the project and make it self-financing, we will sell our purified water directly to other communities at a price below the market price but businesses will pay the market price.

  3. We will also take orders via our online App, which can be downloaded to cellphones and computers.

  4. Online orders will be deliver to the customers.

  5. Customers can earn cryptocurrency in bitcoins if they collect and recycle plastic bottles at our collection centers.

  6. The cryptocurrency could be used to purchase purified water from our plant or academic materials and supplies such as computers, printers, internet services, educational Apps, and social media services.

  7. The goal is to help students have access to educational materials.

Marketing Activities

  1. Partner with

  2. Advertise in local publications

  3. Grand opening w/deals, contest, promotions, branding campaigns, etc.

  4. Host social media pages and website.

  5. Attend outdoor trade shows

  6. Support the local school and award scholarships.

Financial Projections
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Target Market Validation

December 15, 2018


Q1 Budget

December 15, 2018

Teams & Key Roles
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From Left: Abareowei Donald Benaembele; Coordination Director; Diana Green: Corporate Affairs; Dr. Thaddaeus Thompson: CEO/Founder; Sora Ledesma: Secretary

Below: Gabriel Ewepu: General manager (Abuja); Daniel Yaya: Field Overseer (Bayelsa); Matt Lambert: Tech/IT Sr. Manager; Victoria Bioko: Business Administrations Director


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