Monday, March 5, 2012

L.A High School Senior Water Circle March 18th!-

Wells Bring Hope!

Young people today understand the meaning of a global community.
The Los Angeles Senior High School Water Circle was founded by students as a way to mobilize youth for the betterment of the rural villages of Niger and to help them address their water shortage problems..
They are working with Wells Bring Hope which is committed to drilling wells to bring safe water and good sanitation to rural villages in Niger, West Africa–saving lives with safe water.

Niger is one of the three poorest countries in the world, according to the 2010 UN Development Index, and one of many places where contaminated water kills innocent victims, most often infants and young children.

"We now have $675 towards building a well in Niger!"

The Los Angeles Senior High School Water Circle students have been inspired to service through their studies on water issues through their Environmental Studies class at L.A. High School. They will be at the booth to offer suggestions on water conservation and how to help prevent water pollution.

Stop by our tent to learn more about these issues and meet these amazing, committed young people!

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