Join me as I #Hike4Her this October, with the goal of getting clean water to 4,000 women!
When women and girls are relieved of the time- consuming burden of water collection, they are empowered to reinvest in their communities, working or caring for their families.
Data shows us that water uniquely empowers women, which in turn uplifts communities. By removing barriers to clean water access- women and girls are safer, stronger, healthier, educated, employed, and heard.
Women working together have always overcome great challenges and now, more than ever, we need to unite. Every woman should have the means to reach her full potential, so let’s unite to help empower 100,000 women and girls through clean water access.