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Anti33 Campaign Launched To Save Children From Dying Of Water Related Diseases

In a bid to reduce number of children dying of water related diseases, anew campaign dubbed Anti33 campaign has been launched courtesy of Nyonta Relief  Non Profit Organisation.

“Water like air, belongs not only to those who can pay for it  but  belongs to those who are thirsty. This is our main goal to raise and mobilise for the vulnerable group,”Chris Mutabi Nyonta Relief Founder said while launching the campaign at Serena Hotel.

He says the  four year campaign will raise money to save children from water related deaths.

“We envision that in the next four years of this Anti33 campaign number of children dying of water related deaths will be reduced and mobilised class of people to advocate and mobilise resources for the cause,” Mutabi said.

According to UNICEF report about 3.3 million children in Uganda die of water related deaths yet its preventable if role models and individuals can advocate and promote good interventions.

Mutabi says through the campaign about 3.3million house holds will be reached and 3.3 million trees planted country to raise awareness.

He however appealed to the corporate world and individuals go support the good cause.

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