Running Dry

100 Marathons, 100 Days, 1 Reason: Water

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“Make every drop count. It’s time for action.” 

The High Level Panel on Water, March 2018


 

My runs are a call to the world to join together to save water. The water we need to live -- to survive -- is running dry. But we can all help solve the world’s water crisis and every one of us can make a difference. I am 100 percent committed to running for our planet. Every drop counts.


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In November, Mina will begin her biggest challenge yet -- 100 marathons, 100 days and a 100 percent commitment to a single cause: water. Mina will engage with communities and people hit by the water crisis, and meet those innovating to solve it.
The challenge starts in November in New York. Mina will then run across Europe, China, Australia, India, the Middle East, Africa and South America, before finishing her 100-day run in the United States. For this challenge, she is proudly supported by Colgate and Reebok, and is partnered with the United Nations Development Programme.
100 Marathons in 100 Days will tell the stories of what’s happening on the ground, and will connect and mobilise people and companies to find ways to help solve this global water crisis.

Join us and make every drop count. Tweet ‘count me in because #EveryDropCounts’ to get involved or use the infographic images contained in the social media share pack below. 

 The Running Dry Route will take me to cities around the world to highlight the global water crisis and how to solve it. 

The Running Dry Route will take me to cities around the world to highlight the global water crisis and how to solve it. 


add your voice on social media and let's make #everydropcount

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