In this world today, when we get thirsty, we reach for a glass of iced water. Unfortunately, in third world countries, conquering thirst is not as easy as for us Americans. Myself, I believe that this is unjust, and that the stratifyed social structure of this world has left the less fortunate countries without water that is fresh, crisp, and clean. People living near the Po River in Italy, the Ganges River in India, the Kwale in Kenya, and Lake Maricabo in Venezuela, are just a few of the countries that have water sources being contaminated by pollutants. Pesticides, human waste, and possibly even dead human bodies, are some of the gruesome pollutants dumped into these lakes and rivers, making it hazardous to drink the water. If you all join me in my mission: raising money to send thousands of gallons of water overseas, than we can all make the world a better place to live in for the less fortunate in the world.