The latest report by the WWF seeks to create awareness on how zoonotic diseases like the COVID-19 will continue spreading if we don’t put an end to wildlife and environmental exploitation.
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Water for Good began with a mission to drill wells and provide water solutions to remote villages in this war-torn nation of 4.6 million people. Almost 20 years later, the nonprofit organization has created an exemplary legacy on sustainable social change.
Blood:Water is bridging the gap between water, sanitation and hygiene projects and clinical support services in HIV/AIDS affected communities in Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya, Malawi and Ethiopia.
The Last Well began in 2009 with a simple premise: provide access to clean water to all the population in one of the most corrupt and poor countries in the world. By the end of December 2020, they may achieve the ultimate goal.