Water is Life
Lack of access to clean water and proper sanitation is one of the most common public health challenges in many communities across the African continent. This has become especially more prevalent in the wake of climate change, which is disproportionately affecting middle-to-low-income countries. The communities we work with, especially those in rural areas, are facing a water crisis that is a threat to their health and livelihoods. This World Water Day (March 22), we want to bring awareness to, and raise funds for our water and sanitation programs, while also celebrating the work of contemporary Black artists.