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UNICEF Dirty Water Vending Machine

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UNICEF’s Dirty Water Campaign.

Typhoid, malaria, cholera and hepatitis are just a few of the 'flavored' drinking waters available from UNICEF’s Dirty Water vending machine.  Created to raise awareness about the reality of the more than one billion people around the world that lack access to safe, clean drinking water, UNICEF’s Dirty Water vending machine located in Manhattan, offered eight diseased water 'flavors' (malaria, cholera, typhoid, dengue, hepatitis, dysentery, salmonella, and yellow fever) of water for US$1 (€0.75) a bottle.

UNICEF’s Dirty Water Campaign.

Each dollar donated provides clean water for one child for forty days. This is definitely one of UNICEF’s more eye-catching marketing campaign and fundraising efforts.

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Visit: http://www.dirtywaterinfo.com/

Via CSRWire

 

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