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Joel Madden Teams Up With UNICEF For Tap Project Campaign

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UNICEF ambassador and general do-gooder Joel Madden recently helped the organization provide water, sanitation and hygiene projects in more than 90 developing countries.

Globally, an estimated 125 million children under the age of five live in households without access to a safe drinking-water source. Even more people a total of more than 2.5 billion around the world are living without proper sanitation. That’s huge!

Madden spent this past World Water Day visiting one camp where nearly half of the children who die before the age of five are killed by diarrhoeal disease.

“I’m no better than they are,” he said after spending the day in Sam Ouandja camp. “I was just born in a country where I can have clean water, and that’s just the standard. We have [safe water] right in our house. They have to walk 15 minutes with a wheelbarrow to get water.”

Check out Madden’s video below.

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