The Dirty Water Campaign New York by UNICEF Reminder
1 year ago this week in Manhattan, New York, UNICEF devised a very original way of raising awareness to the water problem millions of people across the globe are facing every day. The Dirty Water campaign gave people the chance to buy a bottle of disease-infected water, other people are forced to drink on a daily basis. The water-bottles were kept in vending machines across Manhattan and purchased for $1 each.
We thought we would re publish the idea in case you missed it and needed a reminder.
Here’s what is written on the Dirty Water vending machines:
Interested in helping, Charity Water is a great place to start. (Charity Water)
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