Selena Gomez UNICEF blog: I do not stop to think about drinking that much water. Like many people, is something that is usually goes unnoticed. I can open the tap and turn on the shower and here she comes. Unfortunately, this is not the case for millions of people around the world. In my travels for UNICEF I saw the devastating impact that the lack of drinking water has on children. Indeed, thousands die every day simply because they do not have access to this valuable source. Others do not have the chance to go to school because spending hours every day walking to collect water for their families.
UNICEF Tap Project The project is a great opportunity for us all to help to change this reality. Money raised this year will bring drinking water to children in Vietnam, Togo, Mauritania and Cameroon, where they desperately need. And just a little can go a long way. One dollar, unless the value of a coffee can provide drinking water for a child for 40 days.
There are several ways to get involved. During World Water Week, 19 to March 25, you can donate $ 1 or more to help bring water you normally drink for free in restaurants around the United States. Visit www.uniceftapproject.org to find restaurants that are accepting donations near you and find other ways to help the UNICEF Tap Project.