The fact that some people are impoverished, live in unclean environments or lack proper education, only increases their chances of not getting access to proper health care. Basic commodities like access to adequate sanitation facilities are a luxury to a third of the world’s population that continues to die from water-related diseases. Making a change in the way we look at the well-being of our fellow humans would be a major beneficial and noble contribution to our socio-economic development, with the welcomed consequence of improving the overall quality of life.