Clean water is not something anyone in the world should be deprived of. Yet, they are.   Children in Afghanistan are amongst those who have no access to clean water and so drink dirty water which causes illness and death.  Support Afghan Orphans in our plight against poverty in Afghanistan. Sponsor a child for just £20 a month to ensure a child receives clean and safe drinking water.  Support us. Visit www.afghanorphans.org  The children of Afghanistan need us.  Afghan Orphans

Clean water is not something anyone in the world should be deprived of. Yet, they are. Children in Afghanistan are amongst those who have no access to clean water and so drink dirty water which causes illness and death. Support Afghan Orphans in our plight against poverty in Afghanistan. Sponsor a child for just £20 a month to ensure a child receives clean and safe drinking water. Support us. Visit www.afghanorphans.org The children of Afghanistan need us. Afghan Orphans

Afghanistan  (Listeni/æfˈɡænɨstæn/; Persian: افغانستان‎; Pashto: Afġānistān‎), officially the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, is a landlocked sovereign state forming part of South Asia, Central Asia, and to some extent Western Asia. It has a population of around 30 million inhabiting an area of approximately 647,500 km2 (250,001 sq mi), making it the 42nd most populous and 41st largest nation in the world.

Afghanistan (Listeni/æfˈɡænɨstæn/; Persian: افغانستان‎; Pashto: Afġānistān‎), officially the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, is a landlocked sovereign state forming part of South Asia, Central Asia, and to some extent Western Asia. It has a population of around 30 million inhabiting an area of approximately 647,500 km2 (250,001 sq mi), making it the 42nd most populous and 41st largest nation in the world.

LYNSEY ADDARIO: NOTES FROM THE CONFLICT ZONE.  	What inspires this twice-kidnapped photographer to keep on going?

LYNSEY ADDARIO: NOTES FROM THE CONFLICT ZONE. What inspires this twice-kidnapped photographer to keep on going?

Almost three in every four Australians do not want to see the country's refugee intake increased to help fix the current crisis in the Middle East and Europe.

New poll reveals Australians DON'T want to welcome more refugees

Almost three in every four Australians do not want to see the country's refugee intake increased to help fix the current crisis in the Middle East and Europe.

Happiness Lies In The Simple Things Photo by Inneres Auge -- National Geographic Your Shot

Happiness Lies In The Simple Things Photo by Inneres Auge -- National Geographic Your Shot

More than 2 billion people gained access to improved water sources between 1990 and 2010. This means that the Millennium Development Goal of halving proportion of people without access to clean water by 2015 has been reached.

More than 2 billion people gained access to improved water sources between 1990 and 2010. This means that the Millennium Development Goal of halving proportion of people without access to clean water by 2015 has been reached.

An Iraqi Kurd woman visits a graveyard for the victims of a gas attack by former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in 1988, as people mark the 26th anniversary of the attack in the Kurdish town of Halabja on March 16. (AFP/Safin Hamed)

An Iraqi Kurd woman visits a graveyard for the victims of a gas attack by former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in 1988, as people mark the 26th anniversary of the attack in the Kurdish town of Halabja on March 16. (AFP/Safin Hamed)

Giving the Gift of Life - Free Range Mama at My Healthy Green Family shares about teaching children how to look beyond the well-wrapped box and learn how to give. .

Giving the Gift of Life - Free Range Mama at My Healthy Green Family shares about teaching children how to look beyond the well-wrapped box and learn how to give. .

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