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Today is #WorldWaterDay with nearly 1 billion people still lacking access to clean, safe drinking water we still have a long way to go. Seeing this picture of Lake Kivu in Rwanda #FromSpace reminds me of where one effort to provide clean water got it's start. Here's http://bit.ly/10kSyjp the story of how the +Manna Energy Foundation starting with our first trip to Rwanda in 2006 (all the pictures in this album are from that trip) led to 4.5 million people who now have access to clean water, with an additional 3 million who will have clean water by the end of this year. This was all made possible through Manna Energy Ltd. and our partner organizations use of innovative funding.

Note: My efforts with the Manna Energy Foundation and Manna Energy Ltd. are in no way connected with my employment with NASA and are conducted in my off-duty time.
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More people should be made aware
 
The shot of the children watching the projected image of the earth is powerful.
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Thank for your helping the people's of our planet.....it's so cool.
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1st 2nd and 3rd, we're lucky to be in be the first world sharing with the 2nd and the 3rd, how fantastic this world can be if we share the positive
ideas and same can be implemented with collaborative efforts.
 
1st 2nd and 3rd, we're lucky to be in be the first world sharing with the 2nd and the 3rd, how fantastic this world can be if we share the positive
ideas and same can be implemented with collaborative efforts.
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what,s the problem it,s the world wide web
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