World Water Day

Today is world water day, a day of raising awareness of the importance of safe, clean drinking water for the people in this world.

Katanga Slum is home to 20 thousand people who live daily without clean water, not only that but they live with streams of dirty sewage water, running past the front doors of their homes. These streams inhabit various waterborne diseases e.g. Malaria and Cholera that can cause serious ill health to people who even live near these waters.

We at Hope for Life Katanga are doing all we can, fighting against thousands of people drinking, bathing or cooking with dirty water.

1 Billion people live without clean drinking water.

See how clean water can change lives throughout the world..

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