While you enjoy the videos on this blog (hope you are!) and appreciate my sincere efforts to bring abstract language rules to simple easy-to-learn patterns, please help support my goal to make a difference in a hundred lives by providing them with a lifetime access to safe and clean water, something we take for granted. Any donation is welcome, at any time!

Please click on the link here to donate.

Why I think so?

Benjamin Franklin once said, “When the well is dry, we know the worth of water.

I was touched by recently learning that the well is really dry for 345 million people in Africa, and that woman and children must walk for 3 hours a day to just fetch a sip!  The time Africa loses alone per year just collecting water equates to a year’s worth of labor by the entire workforce in France! Besides time, every 21 seconds, a child dies from a water-related disease, and diarrhea remains the second leading cause of death of children under the age of five worldwide. Access to safe/clean water in Africa will change lives by allowing children to be healthy and women to channelize their time on education, work, and caring for their families.

I hope you agree by giving whatever amount you can to support my efforts.

For every $25 that I raise, can give someone access to safe water for life. Together, we can help to make a difference in several lives. Thank you so much!

4 responses »

  1. Hi Stuti,

    You Dad told me about your website and your mission for safe water with I think its a great idea!

    Also, I love your blog. Lots of great information!

    Keep up the great work!

  2. Hi Stuti! It’s Sam Rega. I’m directing the documentary “Breaking The Bee”. We interviewed you last summer at the NSF finals. Do you have a chance to talk more?

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