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Building a Bridge to Clean Water

See how World Vision’s Water programs are using P&G Purifier of Water packets to bring clean drinking water to rural Africa, Asia and Latin America.
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TODAY, MILLIONS OF people around the world are forced to drink dirty, contaminated water. Nearly 1,000 children die every day as a result of drinking unsafe water and due to poor sanitation and hygiene. Fortunately, this global crisis is being addressed with vision, skill, and the life-changing magic of chemistry.

World Water Day: Companies Helping Billions Access This Basic Human Right

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Friday marked World Water Day, an annual international observance created by the UN to advocate for and grow awareness of sustainable management of freshwater resources as a worldwide issue. Despite the world’s technological advances, billions of people still do not have access to clean and safe water.

World Water Day: Companies Helping Billions Access This Basic Human Right

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Friday marked World Water Day, an annual international observance created by the UN to advocate for and grow awareness of sustainable management of freshwater resources as a worldwide issue. Despite the world’s technological advances, billions of people still do not have access to clean and safe water.

Precision Agriculture Yields Higher Profits, Lower Risks

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Technology is transforming agriculture to feed a growing population. Farmers can increase their agricultural products' value by taking advantage of related data, helping prove things like nutritional content and sustainability.

Numi Organic Tea Celebrates World Water Day

Providing clean, safe drinking water and alleviating poverty
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Numi Organic Tea is a member of Whole Planet Foundation’s Supplier Alliance for Microcredit, donating $50,000 this year to alleviate global poverty through microcredit. Microloans are small loans – the current average first loan size supported by Whole Planet Foundation is $178 – with no formal collateral or contract, provided to the world’s poorest people – mostly women - to create or expand a business for the opportunity to pull themselves and their families out of poverty. 

Xylem Holds Third Annual “Make Your Mark 30-Day Challenge” to Raise Awareness of World Water Day

Watermark Corporate Citizenship program expands to include opportunities for stakeholders to join Xylem employees in volunteer activities
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RYE BROOK, N.Y., March 26, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Xylem (NYSE: XYL), a leading global water technology company, is recognizing World Water Day 2019 by launching its third annual “Make Your Mark 30-Day Challenge.” While Xylem colleagues, customers and partners volunteer every day, the company welcomes this specific opportunity each year to raise awareness and invite others to join the cause.

The Ripple Effect: Local Water Action Means Global Impact

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This blog was posted on behalf of Fawn Bergen, Intel’s Global Water Stewardship Manager. She is dedicated to reducing our environmental footprint and manages our water restoration program so we can meet our 2025 goal to restore 100% of our global water use.

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This blog was posted on behalf of Fawn Bergen, Intel’s Global Water Stewardship Manager. She is dedicated to reducing our environmental footprint and manages our water restoration program so we can meet our 2025 goal to restore 100% of our global water use.

Partners in Purpose: Cape Town Officials and Kimberly-Clark Address Water Scarcity

Last week, 3BL clients highlighted their progress toward SDG 6 (Clean Water and Sanitation) on World Water Day.
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By 2030, 40% of the world's population will live in water-stressed areas. One of those areas is Cape Town, South Africa.

Kimberly-Clark partnered with Deltares to develop an innovative dashboard called WaterLOUPE, which can be used to see current and future risks to water availability. The company hosted over 30 local, municipal and NGO leaders at its Epping mill last month for a water scarcity workshop to encourage collaboration and align objectives.

Kimberly-Clark plans to bring the WaterLOUPE project to all of the water-stressed regions in which it operates.

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