Sunday, May 5, 2013

Time to Take an Action for Kids

A child waits for relief at a drought affected area in West Bengal, India.
In living far below the poverty level, rural children suffer from malnutrition
and miss out on education and medical treatment. 
@ 2007 Sudipto Das, Courtesy of Photoshare

Every day because of unsafe water supplies and poor sanitation and hygiene 1,800 kids are dying, that makes 75 kids an hour. “ If 90 school buses filled with kindergartners were crash every day, with no survivors, the world would take action. But this is what happens every single day because of poor water, sanitation and hygiene.”  Every child has the right to live, the right to health. Every child must have access to at least 20 liters of water to be able to continue their life in a healthy way. Due to global warming children’s right to a healthy life is becoming more difficult. It is time to take action publicly and privately. You can save as many children as would filled 90 school busses everyday. They are waiting for your help. 
For more information pleas visit Unicef website.


  1. Thank you very much Yusuf, we need to help the children.

  2. I agree with you and we certainly have to take action. I manage some programs at CIDA Dealing similar issues.Very impresive school project. Good job!