Tag Archives: Children’s Safe Drinking Water

Photo of the Day: UNC on Top of the World

Well OK, it’s not Mount Everest, but 19,341 feet is nothing to sneeze about.  Last week, a team of cultural influencers and clean water advocates successfully reached the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro to raise awareness of the global clean water … Read More

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Goodbye Tanzania; Hello Austin, Texas!

[This is the third in a series of posts by UNC undergraduate Steven Norton (’12), who is working on a film project about clean water in Tanzania with other UNC students] We spent our last few days in Tanzania tying … Read More

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Greetings from Tanzania!

[This post was sent in by Steven Norton, a rising 3rd year student at UNC majoring in comparative literature and Spanish.  The Institute for Global Health & Infectious Diseases helped to sponsor Steven and 7 other students to go to … Read More

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UNC, water, health, success!

Director Mike Cohen’s August “Global Health Update” column is about the institute’s new collaboration with Procter & Gamble and their program Children’s Safe Drinking Water (CSDW is headed by UNC alum Dr. Greg Allgood). UNC is already distributing PUR water … Read More

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