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BECOME A CLEAN WATER ADVOCATE

 

SPREADING AWARENESS OF THE CLEAN WATER CRISIS

 

Our main goal at Geo-Life is to bring clean, safe drinking water to communities in developing countries that are lacking. The job is big and we need your help! People in developing countries need strong advocates who are willing to work hard to help spread awareness of this water crisis. Too many people are becoming sick and dying from waterborne diseases.



Knowledge is the key.

The more people know about the water crisis, the more we can accomplish. The individual projects are small but the number is huge. For example, a big project would be: providing a single drinking water well in a village of six hundred people. And a small project is a filter system that provides clean water to a family of five in a remote area.

Approximately two thousand projects have to be completed to help one million people. And with 800 million people who do not have access to clean, safe drinking water, we have a lot of work to do. And together we can do our part to make this world a better place!


 



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START YOUR OWN AWARENESS CAMPAIGN

Working together, we can begin to help the 800 million people who do not have access to clean, safe drinking water. These people live on less than a dollar a day and do not have the power or position to help themselves. By joining forces with Geo-Life.org and helping us leverage grassroots awareness you can give these men, women and children clean water and a healthy chance in life.


The first step is to inform all your friends and family of the problem and how they can help. Use every social media outlet you have, including school and work. Raising awareness can do a lot!


Diseases kill 2.2 million people every year and the majority are children, as their bodies aren't strong enough to fight diarrhea, E-coli and other illnesses. 27,000 children under the age of five die every week.

Women and their children are the ones who travel for miles every day to collect drinking water for their families. This task takes hours to complete which could be time they spend learning in schools or starting small businesses to help support their families. And the water they carry for miles is not clean and this is why so many children die every year. About 800 million people do not have access to clean drinking water.






MOST OPEN WATERWAYS ARE CONTAMINATED WITH WATERBORNE DISEASES

YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN PEOPLE'S LIVES  



 
 



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