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"Water is a necessary resource for sustainable living, yet 748 million people lack access to clean water – the equivalent of nearly two and a half times the United States population. To address this crisis and to acknowledge water’s essential presence on the earth, the United Nations General Assembly declared March 22 as World Water Day in 1993.
This March, World Vision is spreading awareness for people around the globe who need safe water sources by using an umbrella and beautiful, watercolor scarf to start the conversation.
The blue umbrella, sporting World Vision’s logo and a call to save lives with water, serves as a practical reminder that rainwater is considered a precious resource for people that lack established water systems. From the World Vision Gift Catalog, the Royal Silk Scarf is made with luxurious silk, using Fair-Trade practices. The blend of soft colors emulates the purifying qualities of water and the vibrant life that it sustains."
Visit the World Vision Facebook page at /WorldVision and Twitter at@WorldVisionUSA using the hashtags #WaterEffect and #WaterNow. Take a look at World Vision’s YouTube channel and clean water videofor an inside look at the impact of the water crisis in one girl’s life.
Enter to win a gift pack that includes this gorgeous scarf and umbrella from World Vision!
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