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Le Point talks about LIFE ONG

Le Point highlighted our actions in favor of access to drinking water in Africa, and, more particularly, the implementation of a technological innovation in Benin.

In 2023, the global water crisis continues to worsen. Water management is a global challenge. Indeed, itThere are still no less than 2 billion people around the world who still do not have access to drinking water.

The article Le Point shows to what extent the action of our NGO is therefore essential in making it possible to considerably improve the daily lives of those who need it.Today, millions of people now have a reliable source of drinking water. With this accessible source of life, they can focus on other aspects of their lives that were previously neglected.

To read the Le Point media article and find out more about this innovation, click here

To preserve this vital resource, we all have a role to play. Every gesture counts. How to do on a daily basis? Discover without further delay 15 simple actions to fight against water waste.

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