WATER FIRST a film by Amy Hart. 45 minute version. Please donate online at FreshwaterIntl.org
WATER FIRST: Reaching the Millennium Development Goals is an independent film directed by Amy Hart that conveys the significance of water in reducing poverty and improving health in developing countries.
Proceeds of this film are donated to Freshwater Project International, www,freshwaterintl.org, a volunteer non-profit that partners with our team in Malawi to provide comprehensive programs to the people of who need it most. WASH+T stands for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene + 100 new Trees which Freshwater plants at every new well to support environmental sustainability. For more information please go to FreshwaterIntl.org - we welcome additional donations for more well projects in Malawi.
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WATER FIRST features the late great Charles Banda, a Malawian native who took it upon himself to supply water to about one million people during his lifetime. In the film, Charles highlights how water is crucial in addresses in all 8 of the UN Millennium Development Goals to relieve poverty and increase development.
While this film production is dated - we began shooting in 2004 - it is still very relevant today. How can you empower girls if they have to spend their days hauling water? How can you care for someone wtih AIDS if they have to take their medicine with filthy water? Clean water, hygiene and sanitation are basic needs for a civilized society - and every human should have access to them. Thank you for taking to the time to watch this film and care about people who have much much much less than we do.
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