Proper sanitation and hygiene has eliminated some of our most deadly diseases, allowing us to live longer and healthier lives through the revolutionary infrastructures of network plumbing and sanitary measures. Today we take for granted the luxury of simply turning on a faucet for drinking water or flushing the commode to rid us of waste. Public Health Systems ensure that our sanitation, living and hygiene needs are met. But what if all these conveniences were suddenly removed? No running water. No flushing toilets. No structures, institutions or infrastructure for you to rely upon for sanitation and proper hygiene?