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Update posted by Jan Van den Berg On May 06, 2019


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The importance of Arts and Performing Arts in awareness education is significant. Arts not only engages with the creative side of the brain, it serve to generate a rich array of reciprocal benefits for both students and our community.

Engaging with Art is essential to the human experience. Almost as soon as motor skills are developed, Arts challenge us with different points of view, compel us to empathize with “others,” and give us the opportunity to reflect on the condition.

Arts participation can relate to behaviors that contribute to water conservation.

“Arts, which has served certain ends since it came into existence mostly strives to make changes in the traditional structure through its effective power of expression”

The Model of Vital Quality Acquisition by Investing in Arts”, puts an emphasis on the social tendency to display sensitivity to Arts as a result of the communication between educational awareness and investment as well as the development of understanding in raising social awareness.

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Update posted by Jan Van den Berg On May 04, 2019
Makhanda in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa


Mary Mkalipi knows hardship. She has gone to bed without food, and has "ironed" her children's school uniforms under a mattress because she didn't have money for electricity. But she have never felt faint of thirst, walked around with an unwashed body or sat in a stinking house because her toilet can't flush," she is a single mother of two from Joza, Makhanda (formerly Grahamstown)

"I have always taught my children, 'You can be poor, but you don't have to be dirty.' But look at us now."

For more than a week, Mkalipi had been without running water. She and hundreds of people who stood in endless queues for 10 liter of water.

If we fail to respond to this critical water situation there is no doubt we will face a situation similar to the energy crises. And a major problem is leaking toilets and taps, leading to a loss of water on a national scale.

The water situation is South Africa will get worse as demand increases driven by population growth and urbanization.

One of the most effective and cheapest ways of securing water supplies is by decreasing waste full water usage.


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Thank you , you are and angle!!!!!!

Jan Van den Berg

Posted On May 04, 2019

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What a great campaign to conserve water with this innovative invention for toilets!!!

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Backed with $100.00 On May 04, 2019

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