Beyond World Water Day: Gululu & Generoristy.org
Have you ever thought about what your life would be like without clean drinking water? What would you use to hydrate your children, bathe, or to cook with even? In honor of World Water Day Gululu wants you to think about what your life would be like without water. Tonight as you are preparing your family’s meal, I want you to take note of how many times you turned on the water in your kitchen sink — to wash your hands of germs, fill up a pot to boil water, clean your dishes, or mop the floor. All of these tasks are effortlessly available to us, but what if they weren’t? Watch Hanna’s Story (prepared by Generosity.org)…
Having access to clean water is the first step to
breaking the cycle of poverty, yet
663 million people still live without it.
World Water Day is held on March 22nd every year. It was created to raise global awareness for the importance of water in our lives on this planet. Gululu also wishes to impact the world and has partnered with Generosity.org, a humanitarian organization that is helping to end the clean water crisis in developing countries, one community at a time. With 778 projects funded, Generosity.org has brought clean drinking water to more than 450,000 people in twenty countries. Now, for every Gululu bottle purchased, you will be providing clean drinking water for life to one child in a developing country!
World Water Day is held annually on 22 March as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.
An international day to celebrate freshwater was recommended at the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED). The United Nations General Assembly responded by designating 22 March 1993 as the first World Water Day.
Each year, World Water Day highlights a specific aspect of freshwater. In 2015, World Water Day has the theme “Water and Sustainable Development”.
In 2016, the theme is “Water and Jobs,” in 2017 “Wastewater” and in 2018 “Nature-based Solutions for Water”.
What does water represent to you? For Gululu, water represents health, vitality and quality of life for kids, and serves to to increase kids hydration to advance these goals. The interactive Gululu water bottle is something that Mom Does Reviews readers has heard me talk a lot about over the past year. My autistic son received one for his birthday last summer and he loves it! He went from constantly being under physician’s care for his fluid intake to overcoming his drinking battles. I’m a big supporter of their mission after having seen how much water has changed my son’s life.
The fun Gululu bottle features a pet- tamagucci like that grows and goes through underwater adventures as the kid drink. The pets in Gululu motivate kids to develop healthy habits on their own. When your child drinks from Gululu Interactive Bottle, the pet grows happier and evolves. This constant interaction both entertains and encourages beneficial habit formation. Gululu has been featured on all main media publication like Forbes, Vogue and others.- and parents love it!
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This was a great article. We don’t stop and think how other parts of the world don’t have clean drinking water. Thanks!