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UNICEF 2012 Annual Report: 2012 brought 286 emergencies in 79 countries – and we provided help in each of them, from clean water and sanitation, to safe schools and trauma counselling.

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/ Women carrying sorghum by Zalacain

TUMBLR'S WATER PROJECT THIS IS OUR WORLD.................. THIS IS OUR WATER PROJECT.EVERY TIME YOU REBLOG YOU GIVE 1-5 CENTS TO CHARITY: WATER More RE-BLOGS = More DONATIONS = More LIVES SAVED 100% of donations directly fund water projects for communities in need, and we prove each one using photos and GPS coordinates on Google Maps. $20 = 1 CHILD CLEAN WATER FOR 20 YEARS

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Fresh Clean Water::There is an indescribable joy that penetrates my heart at how blessed I feel to have what I have and live where I live. This image is for charity: WATER is a non-profit org. that brings clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations. Founded in 2006, it has helped fund 6,185 projects in 19 countries, benefiting over 2,545,000 people.. .

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Clean water is a human right.

Everyone in the world needs access to clean water. This is a basic human right. Hand washing is critical to good health.

The IRC is working in 15 camps for #Syria 'ns displaced in the north of the country. In these camps, we provide clean water, remove sewage and trash daily and build toilets and washing facilities to ensure proper health and sanitation for over 26,000 people.

Clean water must be a human right.

These boys in northern #Syria wash and fill water containers to take back to their tents for their families. The IRC provided this water point, the clean water, and the tank to store it at this camp for displaced Syrians. Learn more: http://Rescue.org/SyriaCrisis

Children collecting water in Kallayanpur slum, one of the urban slums in Dhaka. 1.1 billion people in developing countries have inadequate access to water and 2.6 billion lack basic sanitation. Over one million children die each year as a result of diarrhoea caused by poor water. 12/6/2010. Dhaka, Bangladesh. UN Photo/Kibae Park.

Djenné, Mali

Girl with Tub on Head | Kumasi | Johan Gerrits

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Women in Peru , Ollantaytambo. | Photo credit: Hideki Naito

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