2015 UNICEF Tap Project: Philippines Water Supply Returns After Typhoon Haiyan





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Published on Nov 20, 2013

The UNICEF Tap Project is back on March 1st, 2015. How long can you go without your phone for this year’s challenge? 15 minutes could help provide a child with clean water for 1 day –so every minute counts! Take the challenge on your cell phone at http://uniceftapproject.org and dare your friends and family to beat your time.

In this video, see how UNICEF restored water supply in Tacloban, Philippines, after the destruction of Typhoon Haiyan. Dr. Michael Emerson Gnilo, UNICEF Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Specialist in the Philippines, talks about the effort to restore the water supply in Tacloban.

About the UNICEF Tap Project:
The funds raised will be used for water, sanitation and hygiene programs in countries with the most need. The longer you go without touching your smartphone, the more clean water will be unlocked for children in need. When you can't resist any longer our sponsors will make a donation to support the UNICEF Tap Project based on the time you went without your phone. At this point you can make an even bigger difference by making a donation yourself. As little as $5 can provide a child clean water for 200 days.

This year’s goal is to unlock 14 million days of clean, safe water for children around the world by encouraging you put down your phone. Remember to share and like this UNICEF Tap Project video to spread the word.

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