"Ali Moinuddin, Chief Marketing Officer, at Workshare in London, said, “Workshare is collaborating with charity: water, enabling local communities in developing countries to build and manage sustainable, clean drinking sources. As part of the initiative, Workshare will donate $200 for each person that participates in a one-on-one observation and interview session – which anyone – whether or not they are using Workshare’s applications – can register for today. The findings of the session will be used to develop Workshare’s applications in line with its users’ requirements.” He also noted, “With just 50 participants, Workshare will donate sufficient funds to build one water project that can support 250 people with clean water and save 6,000 hours in water collection per week. According to the World Health Organization, unsafe water and lack of basic sanitation makes countless people seriously ill every year. Women and children usually bear the burden of water collection, walking miles to the nearest source and this directly impacts their education and general wellbeing.”
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