World Water Day

The UN has chosen March 22 as a day to focus the world’s attention in the importance of water and stress the importance of responsible and long-term water use and preservation. Water is absolutely essential to life and the planet’s reserves are not limitless. Many countries, such as Guinea, already suffer from a lack of access to clean potable water and the consequences can be felt in every aspect of life: health, economy, business, etc.

Read more about World Water Day: http://www.unwater.org/water-cooperation-2013/events/world-water-day/en/

See what AFG is doing to help Guineans have access to clean water
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  • AFG needs your help! We depend on contributions from foundations, companies and individuals to continue our work in Guinea.

    Our primary goal is to assist hospitals and health centers in Guinea who care for the welfare of the Guinean population. We do this by providing medical aid, improving and upgrading existing infrastructure in health facilities and implementing disease prevention and treatment programs.

    We also aim to improve the overall quality of life of the population by supporting and promoting economic growth and technical development.

    You can make a difference!