This World Water Day (22 March) join us in bringing clean water a step closer for the 844 million people who live without . That's 1 in 9 people globally.
Can you imagine having to walk almost 8,000 steps - 6 km - every day just to collect water, which is dirty and not fit to drink? Women and children in developing countries often walk this distance every day, which is 42 km over a week.
Together we can change this and bring clean water a step closer! Why not take part in our Steps to Water challenge and walk, run or cycle 42 km across the month of March?
Complete the distance in your own time, wherever you like - whether on your own or with family or friends - to raise funds to support communities with sustainable safe water and sanitation, transforming lives. Simply register here to join in for just £20, which will go towards Just a Drop’s safe water projects.
By signing up you’ll join our community pages, where you can log your distance every time you walk or run throughout March. All participants will receive a Just a Drop t-shirt!
Click on the "Learn More" button to join! Find out more about Just a Drop here: www.justadrop.org
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Just a Drop brings sustainable safe water, sanitation and hygiene projects to communities around the world, transforming lives. Safe water changes everything. It improves health, education, women’s rights, leads to secure food sources, economic growth and brighter futures. It completely transforms lives, especially those of women and children.
Just a Drop’s project work is currently focused in Cambodia, India, Kenya, Nicaragua, Uganda and Zambia. We work with communities to implement solutions which best suit their needs, such as rainwater harvesting systems, wells, sand dams, water distribution systems, biosand filters, latrines, and sanitation and hygiene training. We’ve recently developed food security and micro-finance programmes, which further support community development and economic growth.
We have reached over 1.5 million people in 32 countries since we began in 1998.