Introducing SurfAid Sumba, Because Clean Drinking Water Is A Basic Human Right

12 Nov 2014 0 Share

SurfAid Sumba and Hurley H2O have just travelled to Sumba, in Eastern Indonesia, to help bring awareness to the health problems of the local people. (The story features in the latest issue of Surfing World magazine.) Join SurfAid Sumba founders Stephen and Kathryn Nolan, and SurfAid Indonesia Country Director Anne Wuijts, to see how you can help. Anne is starting to plan the rollout of SurfAid’s Mother and Child Health program in Sumbanese villages. She was on a big high as the local Nias government is so happy with SurfAid’s results there that they asked the National Minister of Health to visit the program sites.

For more information on the work of SurfAid Sumba and to donate, head to surfaid.org

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