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世上有很多人都沒有乾淨的食水啊。
Access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene can transform lives. Globally, 663 million people live without easy access to clean water and 2.4 billion people lack access to improved sanitation facilities.
Many of these people have to walk long distances to and from their homes to access clean water, which can impact girls’ education and increase women’s time burden, as women are the primary collectors of water. It is estimated that 3.36 million children (the majority of whom are girls) and 13.54 million adult females were responsible for water collection in households with collection times greater than 30 minutes.
The water they work so hard to collect is often contaminated and without the knowledge and skills for proper water purification and storage, can lead to their families getting sick with waterborne diseases such as cholera, typhoid, and dysentery.

About A Drop of Life

A Drop of Life is a non-profit organization registered in Hong Kong. We follow the mandate: Passing our love and working for love. We believe that safe drinking-water is a common good. This is a basic human right that everyone should have. We aim to ensure the access to water and sanitation a reality for everyone. Since 1998, we have been building rain-saving water cellars and reservoirs in arid areas of China, organizing relief efforts for natural disaster victims and improving poverty situations. Moving forward we will extend our service and expertise to those in need in Nepal and Cambodia. Up to today, over 820,000 people were benefited from our various charitable programs and activities.

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  • $ 1300
  • raised of : $1200 goal
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This campaign closed on Feb 09, 2020 and the money is being sent to people in need. Still want to donate? You can give directly to A Drop of Life.
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MEOWSIE ROSIE FISHY!

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世上有很多人都沒有乾淨的食水啊。
Access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene can transform lives. Globally, 663 million people live without easy access to clean water and 2.4 billion people lack access to improved sanitation facilities.
Many of these people have to walk long distances to and from their homes to access clean water, which can impact girls’ education and increase women’s time burden, as women are the primary collectors of water. It is estimated that 3.36 million children (the majority of whom are girls) and 13.54 million adult females were responsible for water collection in households with collection times greater than 30 minutes.
The water they work so hard to collect is often contaminated and without the knowledge and skills for proper water purification and storage, can lead to their families getting sick with waterborne diseases such as cholera, typhoid, and dysentery.

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