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This Saturday, the 22 March 2014, is World Water Day, and Concern Worldwide are joining in the celebrations, promoting improved access to water for the world’s poorest people. 

Safe, clean water is essential for drinking, cooking and washing with. It reduces the risk of disease and helps families grow enough food and care for their livestock. All this means children can be free to learn, parents can be free to earn a living, and whole communities’ lives can be transformed.

Concern gifts offer practical solutions; from donkeys and chickens, to water filters, seeds and tools, they all help families have access to food and water for the long term.

You can help too – simply give a Concern gift as a great present for your for friends or family. How about a Solar Water Pump for £32?

The Solar Water Pump is an innovative gift that has transformed lives in many countries like Mozambique in a town called Chipopopo in the Machaze district, where safe water that is in good and reliable supply was once out of reach. Now people like Isabel Matteo, from this area, and her local community can access water that is clean and safe for drinking. This water is also used for essential land irrigation and for keeping their animals in good health.

Discover more about the Concern Gifts shop today and know that whatever gift you choose, you’ll help empower people to provide for themselves both now and in the future.

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