Clean Water Changes Lives. #WorldWaterDay

 

Imagine if drinking dirty water on a daily basis was your only option?

According to the World Health Organization, more than 844 million people globally still don’t have access to clean drinking water and nearly 1,000 children die every day from water-borne diseases that’s more than HIV/AIDS and malaria combined. Access to clean water changes lives by transforming communities, improving health, enabling education and increasing economic opportunities.

For World Water Day on 22 March 2019, I was given a kit of dirty water and one of the incredible ‘Purifier of Water’ sachets by Proctor & Gamble who are committed to providing cleaner water around the world and made this video to demonstrate how it cleans the water.

This is the kind of thing that truly saves lives …

Read more here: P&G Commits to Delivering 25 Billion Litres of Clean Drinking Water Worldwide.

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