This is a promotional post for World Vision. All opinions are my own
World Water Day is March 22
established in 1993 by the United Nations General Assembly
In the efforts to bring clean water to children all over the world who lack that basic resource, World Vision started the Zambian Project. Over 40,000 Zambians do not have access to clean water. Just think if you had to choose between going to school or spending those hours fetching water everyday. Then the water you fetch is so contaminated that your children suffer from sores and illnesses they get from that water. That is the story of many children around the world. We can easily take clean water for granted, but just imagine.....
The Water Effect is the campaign by World Vision that is successful in reaching a new person with clean water every 30 seconds. Just think that every 30 seconds someone gets clean water for the first time in their life and it is still hardly a dent! The reality is that 5 children die every minute because of the lack of clean water including complications from diarrhea, poor sanitation and unsafe hygiene.
Please take a moment to visit the #WaterEffect campaign page. If a monetary donation is not possible, then perhaps a share of this information is! Bringing awareness to any child's needs is one of the best ways to show support!
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1 lucky reader will win 2 prizes:
- World Vision branded Umbrella-a reminder that rain water is considered a precious resource for many
- Royal Silk Scarf by World Vision made with luxurious silk, using Fair-Trade practices. The blend of soft colors emulates the purifying qualities of water and the vibrant life that it sustains.
Enter below. Open to US only. Ends 3/31. Good luck!
Disclaimer: Parenting Healthy and other promoting bloggers are not responsible for prize fulfillment. Winning entry will be verified and winner needs to reply to email. The sponsor will ship prize. Allow 2-6 weeks for shipment