Yesterday I attended a press conference organised by SOS Malta at the Fortina Spa Resort. The aim of the conference was to promote a new initiative called Malta Walks for Water.
World Water Day is recognised every year by the United Nations on the 22nd March. “Malta Walks for Water” is creating awareness about the realities of water problems, and aims to engage the Maltese public in exploring ways in which it can assist in the fight against water poverty in the developing world. 880 million people around the world do not have access to clean water. 2.6 billion live without access to basic sanitation facilities. 4000 children die everyday.
Well done to SOS Malta, VASCAS and the other corporate sponsors supporting this initiative. You can support by donating here.
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