We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byKevin Jernigan
Modified over 2 years ago
Life without safe water Credit: Anna Kari
Water and sanitation for all WaterAid/Anna Kari Credit: Anna Kari
Appropriate technologies WaterAid/Anna Kari Credit: Anna Kari
Plant seeds of hope This harvest festival, you can bring water to families in Madagascar who are desperately trying to grow enough to eat and have clean water to drink.
Madagascar Madagascar is famous for its unique wildlife and landscape......yet over half the population live without access to safe water and 89% have nowhere decent to go to the toilet.
Meet Noeline... Credit: Anna Kari
Alakamisy now... Credit: Anna Kari
How you can help... £260 could provide two tapstands £580 could pay to train three committees to maintain water points £1000 could pay to install a handpump
Gift Aid envelopes
Thank you WaterAid/Anna Kari Credit: Anna Kari
Real Gifts are life changing, inspirational gifts that will mean a better life for someone living in poverty.
If 57 million is the answer, what is the question?
In many towns and cities we help the environment by picking up liter to keep the water clean. We already have toilets that have low flush that do not.
What You Will Learn An example of an appropriate aid The work of WaterAid Where WaterAid gets its money Politics of Aid 14.
A presentation by Joseph, Harry and Alex.. What Water Aid Do Founded in 1990, Water Aid are a hard-working charity which tackle crisis from all areas.
By Sammy and Emma. Poor conditions. Nearly a third of the population have no choice but to collect dirty water from unsafe sources. This has serious health.
There are 884 million people in the world without access to safe water. That’s 1 in 8 of the world’s population. Yet there are also 2.6 billion people.
Name as many NGOs as you can. Learning Objective To understand what NGOs and TNCs ( key players) are doing to solve water scarcity Why ? Using named.
Water in Developing Countries. UN Report million people do not have access to safe water 2.5 billion do not have access to adequate sanitation.
Lord, we pray for our sisters and brothers who struggle to provide clean drinking water to nourish the health of their families. Pour out Your living.
Juru Primary School. These children are from Juru Primary School in Rwanda.
A harvest for the world.... Our beautiful world A Harvest Festival reminds Christians of all the good things God gives them. This makes us want to share.
Toilet Twinning is a new and unique way of supporting people for whom good, clean, safe sanitation is a luxury – not a given.
ASSEMBLY Introduction to Water Week. WATER WEEK 2014.
WATER FOR LIFE WATER FOR LIFE Learn more about the importance of water across the world.
Harvest Time. © Food – a fact of life 2012 Why is harvest celebrated? Harvest Festival is a Christian celebration to give thanks for the crops which have.
Landscaping accounts for about half the water people use at home. Showers account for another 18 percent, while toilets use about 20 percent. An acre.
Tea On Tap supporting Voluntary Action for Development (VAD) Uganda.
Plant Introduction Book Introduction Book Discussion.
India is the first country to mandate corporate social responsibility for qualifying companies.
By Emmanuel and Zac. What is the issue The issue is that Kenya and Niger do not get any clean water and they do not have enough money for wells and they.
Water Aid In Mali By Maia Lincoln and Ella Menzie!
WHY ARE SEEDS IMPORTANT? Why are seeds important? A seed is a part of a plant from which a new plant can grow. Without seeds, there would not be any.
How big is the water problem in many African, Asian, and Latin American countries? Do people have enough water to drink? Is the water they consume.
Missions Alive! Problems Faced by Children Around the World.
Appropriate Technology Appropriate Technology (1 st way for a country to try to develop) Study the following two projects that are designed to help a country.
* We need water to live. * plants and animals also need water to live.
Body of Water How healthy is your water knowledge?
Water Quality Policy Implementation. You Tube video - Available on the Ministry for the Environment website - www. mfe. govt. nz / fres h - water / reform.
Water Aid Imagine if you were this boy… Walking for hours on end just to get a sip of DIRTY water. Would you not want someone.
Popcorn By Rhys Campbell Popcorn: from seed 2 snack The popcorn plants are planted It grows into a plant The plants are harvested The kernels are processed.
The Makua People Live in Northern Mozambique and Southern Tanzania.
BTEC Level 2 Planning a Sports Event. Lesson Outcomes To identify different type of sports events To identify the factors to consider when planning a.
Quiz. What is poverty? Poverty is the state of being extremely poor, with very little money, food or access to clean water. It means that you don’t know.
LIVING AND NONLIVING THINGS 4 Living things need food, water, and air. 4 Living things grow. 4 Living things make more living things. 4 Plants and animals.
LESSON 13.3: CLEAN WATER Module 13: Global Health Obj. 13.3: Discuss costs, limitations, and benefits of possible interventions for global health issues.
SEASON OF PRAYER FOR DARFUR 2013 marks ten years since the start of the conflict in Darfur, western Sudan. As we reflect and pray, we can give thanks for.
Keeping our planet clean. Too much waste On our planet is too much waste. In some countries,there is not enough space to put any more waste underground.
Eid ul-Fitr عيد الفطر ‘ Ī du l-Fi ṭ r Arabic for “Festivity”
Welcome to Davidson’s Mains Primary School Living in Edinburgh and attending Davidson’s Mains Primary School.
Ron Denham, March Imagine …. A world where women and girls dont have to trudge miles to fetch water :
Juru School. These children are from Juru School, Juru Sector in Rwanda. Students are aged between 4 and 18 years old. There are 900 students and around.
The Decade of Freshwater Take a few minutes to think about water. It is of such critical importance in our lives! The United Nations has declared that.
Protecting children in emergencies Helping children affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
In partnership with Fitness Finders Inc. The January 12, 2010 earthquake left many people in Haiti without a place to live.
Absolute and Relative Poverty. What is poverty? Poverty is the state of being extremely poor, with very little money, food or access to clean water.
WE ASPIRE YEAR 6 LEAVERS’ LITURGY
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.