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Kerr Dam at Flathead Lake - Polson, Montana;  not an official waterfall, but the dam is allowing water to spill over the 204 feet tall dam after spring rains, and it is a pretty sight

Kerr Dam at Flathead Lake - Polson, Montana; not an official waterfall, but the dam is allowing water to spill over the 204 feet tall dam after spring rains, and it is a pretty sight

Without the clean water in Africa there are several things they can't do, like grow food, build a home, stay healthy, work, or go to school. For every $1 going towards the water and sanitation issue in Africa it's return is $3-$34. Also it talks about why clean water is important to humans.

An informative infographic detailing the many ways access to clean water can help alleviate poverty in Africa.

Water Works - infographic which launched our successful campaign to call for greater spending on water and sanitation in the UK Aid budget.

WaterWorks InfoGraphic Thursday 22 March 2012 is World Water Day but this year it is in the run up to April 2012 when world leaders are meeting in Washington DC to discuss action on water and sanitation.

How to rainwater harvest. All rain harvesting systems have the very same fundamental elements and here's an introduction to how to install one.

A simple diagram to show the various parts and functions of a Rooftop rainwater harvesting system. The process shown in the figure makes the collected rainwater suitable for drinking or common household use. Credit: CC by Adityamail

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) works in 190 countries and territories to save and improve children's lives. Here is a previous poster from UNICEF's, "Stand" campaign that influenced people into paying $1 for a glass of tap water for one week. The proceeds would help provide clean water to children in need.

The Print Ad titled Unicef Tap Project: Stand was done by New York advertising agency for product: Tap Project (brand: UNICEF (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund)) in United States.

March 22 is...WORLD WATER DAY | H2O. Water. Life's mainstay. Without it, life as we know it, would be non-existent. Water is considered plentiful since it covers 2/3 of the earth but scarce in a different sense where fresh water is only 0.002%. Some parts of the planet are plush and green where water flows freely while other parts are parched and dry. Many areas seem to have abundant water sources but the problem is that water has sanitation issues - polluted, not drinkable.

Water is Life. Today is World Water Day. This infographic was published by UNICEF to spread awareness of water issues.

Since you can't live without water, give some for just a dollar

Beginning as a grassroots volunteer program in the UNICEF Tap Project evolved into a successful and innovative campaign that used a mobile app to save lives by providing children with clean water. In the span of a decade, the UNICEF Tap Project:

A really, really good reason to put down your phone. #WorldWaterDay

March 22 is World Water Day, and UNICEF is asking you to put down your phone for 10 minutes in exchange for a day's worth of clean water for someone in need.