Clean Drinking Water for Children Around the World
In honor of the global efforts of Hope Nolen, DHS SADD Officer 2012-2014 & National Organization for Youth Safety Global Youth Traffic Safety Month Member 2014, who has traveled to Nepal and Uganda to work with children, the Dothan High School SADD Chapter would like everyone to participate in the UNICEF Tap Project. Every minute counts.
The UNICEF Tap Project challenges you to put down your phone and help save children’s lives. This year’s initiative provided clean, safe water for children around the world by encouraging you to stop texting, calling, emailing, tweeting and posting -- and challenge your friends to do the same. Millions of children around the globe do not have safe, clean water to drink, and the lack of this basic necessity is not merely inconvenient — it can be lethal. Time donations are now inactive, but you can still go without your phone and donate to support the UNICEF Tap Project.
UNICEF PROVIDES MORE
THAN JUST CLEAN WATER
The UNICEF Tap Project is a nationwide campaign that provides clean water and adequate sanitation to children around the world. Currently, UNICEF works in more than 100 countries around the world to improve access to safe water and sanitation facilities in schools and communities and to promote safe hygiene practices.
See what UNICEF has accomplished. Projects include urgent care in the Philippines where UNICEF so far has provided water kits, water treatment products, portable toilets, and hygiene kits to hundreds of thousands of people in need.