Across villages, towns, cities and countries, there is a strong correlation between poverty and gender inequality. We have come to realise that water plays such a significant part of a girl or or a woman’s chances of reducing this inequality and to live a better life.
By having access to clean, safe drinking water close to home, women do not have to venture miles every morning, risking their safety, in order to retrieve the resource. By having access to clean water, countless girls can wake up each day knowing that their sanitation and health will not compromised. Furthermore, by having access to clean water, girls & women have a better chance to utilise time for education and furthering their economic power.
Today, on International Women’s Day, we acknowledge the amazing people who spend day after day fighting for their children and their families with the hope that they will live a better life. Today, we celebrate the Women of the world!
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Just after speaking with our NGO partner in Ghana about (frustrating) international policies on water and sanitation, and then declaring that I going work to affect things at the policy level, I get an invitation from The White House!!! Going to discuss Africa-America relations, immigration policies and more. Thank you very much God!
I was like “how did they hear/know about little old me who just touched down in USA” and then I was reminded of a quote: “when little dogs keep yapping the big dogs hear”. I’ll keep that mic in my hand and work to continue helping in anyway I can.
Today, if you don’t absolutely NEED (and we mean NEED) a bottle or anything else for that matter, then there is no NEED to buy it now.
The team and I are going to be having fun and I’d love for you to go spend time with people you love the most. There will always be time for shopping.
You’ve probably gotten tons of emails with the latest and greatest Black Friday offers, urging you to buy NOW....