Category Archives: Water Matters

Coke’s work to reduce child mortality in Africa

By Dian Hasan | October 6, 2010 You can buy a Coca-Cola virtually anywhere in developing countries but in these same places 1 in 5 children die before their 5th birthday from simple, preventable causes like dehydration from diarrhoea. ~ … Continue reading

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Because Water Matters

By Dian Hasan | September 28, 2010 “Water is the source of life.” That’s a given that we all know. And we also know that countless (make that billions!) of people today still don’t have access to clean water. And … Continue reading

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Water is the source of life, and the greatest challenge for poverty eradication

By Dian Hasan | September 16, 2010 We are all universally aware of the sheer importance of water, especially clean running water. But to put it into perspective like the above, brings the message home audibly! And what little cost … Continue reading

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Ideas Inspiring Innovation | Grasss-roots innovation for Mankind’s Basic Problems

By Dian Hasan | May 13, 2010 Sub-Saharan Africa: Water source is scarce and is located in remote areas, far from villages. Getting water is a daily struggle. Women and children must walk great distances to the water source and … Continue reading

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FLOW (For Love Of Water) Screening at Green School in Ubud

Bali’s Green School ( organised a screening of the award-winning documentary FLOW (For Love Of Water). Intense and provoking, the film explores aspects of the global water crisis, from polluted tap water and contaminated bottled water in the US to … Continue reading

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