Sunshine Treeshade Humanitarian Charity’s 8th Annual WORLD WATER DAY March 22 2015 Water For Life Celebration Free Entrance All Ages Welcome
Multi-Arts Entertainment & Science Info in support of WATER FOR LIFE – Democratic Public Not-For-Profit Clean Safe Water Commons For All Creatures.
2pm – 6pm at Riverdale House Café/Rinkhouse on corner of 100th Ave & 92 Street Edmonton Canada
Facebook event page https://www.facebook.com/events/1486202728268962
Water themed visual art by galleries exhibited photographers Gundeep Inder Singh (National Geographic Award Winner), Willi Stratkotter, more t.b.a.
SUN. TREE. CHARITY’s annual World Water Day event is being as usual listed by the United Nations at their World Water Day 2015 allied events page at U.N. website http://www.unwater.org/
SUNSHINE TREESHADE HUMANITARIAN CHARITY is an all volunteers directed registered Alberta public non-profit charitable corporation (reg. # 5116337865).
With your help together we are dedicated to helping create a more humane world with a focus on helping youth and their communities locally and globally achieve their positive potentials – a flexible mandate so that we can try to fill a wide variety of humanitarian gaps.
We also help suffering animals no kill rehab, and do healthy ecology info sharing and environmental clean-up as part of helping create more humane and healthier communities.
The World Water Day March 22 event precedes and is a thematic sibling to our 8th Annual WATER FOR LIFE Festival events during June 01 to June 08 2015 Edmonton at various locations T.B.A. (June 05 is World Environment Day, June 08 is World Ocean’s Day, June 1-7 is Canadian Environment Week).
As well, we do water for life events year round, because every day should be water for life awareness-action day.
With your support in person or spirit together we are united in raising awareness and action to achieve clean healthy affordable water for life being available for all the world’s creatures.
You are kindly invited to join Sunshine Treeshade’s Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/
“Water, sanitation and hygiene has the potential to prevent at least 9.1% of the global disease burden and 6.3% of all deaths”
Prüss-Üstün A., Bos, R., Gore, F. & Bartram, J. 2008. Safer water, better health: costs, benefits and sustainability of interventions to protect and promote health. [PDF - 60 pages] World Health Organization, Geneva.
“An estimated 801,000 children younger than 5 years of age perish from diarrhea each year, mostly in developing countries. This amounts to 11% of the 7.6 million deaths of children under the age of five and means that about 2,200 children are dying every day as a result of diarrheal diseases.” -
Liu L, Johnson HL, Cousens S, Perin J, Scott S, Lawn JE, Rudan I, Campbell H, Cibulskis R, Li M, Mathers C, Black RE; Child Health Epidemiology Reference Group of WHO and UNICEF. Global, regional, and national causes of child mortality: an updated systematic analysis for 2010 with time trends since 2000. Lancet. 2012 Jun 9;379(9832):2151-61.
“Sometimes we focus so much on the big numbers, that we fail to see the human tragedies that underlie each statistic. If 90 school buses filled with kindergartners were to crash every day, with no survivors, the world would take notice. But this is precisely what happens every single day because of poor water, sanitation and hygiene.” – Sanjay Wijesekera, global head of UNICEF’s water, sanitation and hygiene programme.
Thank-you for your support!
You are invited to support in person or spirit SUNSHINE TREESHADE HUMANITARIAN CHARITY an all volunteers directed registered Alberta public non-profit charitable corporation (reg. # 5116337865).
You are also welcome to participate in our adjunct benefit concerts promo team Raindance Rubberboots Artists Team (Est. 2008) and our children focused community minded artistic development program M.A.U.S. in the H.A.U.S. (Multi Arts Unlimited Styles – Humanitarian Artists Unlimited Social-Consciousness (Est. 2008).
With your help together we are dedicated to helping create a more humane world with a focus on helping youth and their communities locally and globally achieve their positive potentials – a flexible mandate so that we can try to fill a wide variety of humanitarian gaps. We also help suffering animals no kill rehab, and do healthy ecology info sharing and environmental clean-up as part of helping create more humane and healthier communities.