The importance of doing charity work goes beyond helping others in need. While this is an important reason to volunteer, getting involved with a charity can also inspire personal growth and happiness. Charity work can teach teenagers and adults about important happenings in the world and how they
The global water crisis affects dozens of countries, a large proportion of which are located in Africa. Approximately 748 million people around the world lack access to safe drinking water, and nearly half of these individuals live in sub-Saharan nations like Liberia, Ghana and Nigeria.
Approximately 748 million people around the world lack access to safe drinking water. Almost half of these individuals live in Liberia or other sub-Saharan African nations, where roughly 40% of the population lacks clean water. Tens of thousands of people die each year due to water-related diseases
Water Shortage Crisis in Africa Has Gotten Worse in 2019 A water shortage crisis in Africa exists when there is not enough potable water for a population. The lack of fresh water leads to drought, famine and death. In many parts of Africa, a water crisis has existed for years. The World Health
African Charities Need Your Donations African charities need help even with all of the global attention on the plight of the African people. The population is victimized by public corruption and misuse of available funds. Charities must carry the load if help is going to find its way to the hands
While born in Liberia, Aldophus "Doc" Lawson moved with his family to the United States as a child. His family settled in Queens, New York where he began playing soccer at the age of fourteen. Lawson attended Southern Connecticut State University, playing on the men’s soccer team from 1976 to 1978.