Happy World Water Day everyone! Today is a good day for some reflection. To remember that those of us with easy access to clean water are very lucky to have it, and to remember that there are millions of people just like us around the world without this luxury. Women who can’t work because they spend their days walking to collect water, kids who miss school because they’re sick from the water they drink, families stuck in the cycle ofcontinue reading
Happy World Water Day everyone! Hope you have a WATERful day. Here are some facts about water to keep you in the know
This article was written by guest writer Mike Oluwabunmi. Mike is a Technocrat in the water and sanitation engineering industry. He has made successful contributions to Nigeria water and Sanitation industry in his professional career till date. He is ever ready to improve with every challenges and to keep touching peoples life positively in his own capacity. You can connect with him on linkedin by clicking here. * * continue reading
I am so happy to announce that HydrateLife has been approved for recognition as a 501(c)(3) non profit! HydrateLife will transform from an educational source to a non profit that will complete projects to bring communities clean water, and improved sanitation and hygiene facilities. I’m really excited to get started on HydrateLife’s first project! Once I finish re-designing the website I will be looking for volunteer board members, and other volunteers, as well as our FIRST PROJECT! If you’d like to stay informed please subscribecontinue reading
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I wanted to wish everyone a happy World Water Day! Today is an important day to think about how important clean water is to the world, and about those that live without it every day. I also wanted to take this opportunity to apologize for my absence the past couple of months. I’m working on some big changes for HydrateLife that have been taking up a lot of my time. Stay tuned in the next couple of months for morecontinue reading
When most people think about water they think of liquid water, but we cant forget about all of the frozen water in the world. Actually about 70% of the worlds freshwater is frozen in glaciers and ice caps. This picture was taken from the top of the Franz Josef Glacier in New Zealand.
This week’s photo comes from Central Park in NYC. I took this last fall while I was living in New York.
This is a picture i took down in the beautiful Peruvian Amazon
Here’s the first water picture of the week here at HydrateLife (although if you follow me on facebook i’ve posted a couple there previously). This is a picture that I took while traveling in New Zealand. What a beautiful country!