How to organize a Walk4Water?





Hosted on March 22nd for World Water Day, the Walk4Water is symbolic —participants walk for 6 kilometers carrying water to represent the journey a person in a developing country takes each day to collect water.

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Celebrating Bastille Day 2016





-Mingki & Mariana- Ecoloodi celebrated Bastille Day with francophone communities at Wychwood Barns Park on July 10, 2016. We appreciated having another opportunity to empower and engage with adults and children around water.

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Where does tap water come from?





-Nicolas Pelletier- Tap water has two sources: surface water drawn from a river, lake, dam, reservoir, etc., and groundwater found underground.

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Earth Day at Toronto French School





-Estelle Codjovi- Monday, April 18, at 5:00PM, Ecoloodi had the pleasure of opening an evening conference with a presentation entitled, “Why is water important?”

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A Walk4Water on World Water Day





-Mariana Versiani- On March 22, 2016, in Toronto, for World Water Day, nearly 40 people walked 6 Km down Yonge Street taking turns to carry water to show solidarity with the people in third world countries who don’t have easy access to fresh water.

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Do you know how much you can impact water facts?





-Soofia Mahmood- We have compiled some facts for you about water. You have the power to impact them, for the better! We will tell you how.

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Top Seven Reasons to Support Ecoloodi’s Indiegogo Campaign





-Soofia Mahmood- For the last two years, Ecoloodi has been working very hard to entertain, engage and educate children in Canada, France and Benin about water and its responsible use.

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How much do people walk for water?





-Soofia Mahmood- Walking for water on a daily basis is not only a back breaking exercise, but is also one that implies serious economic costs, loss of education and, in majority of cases, gender discrimination.

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Family Evening at École Pierre Elliott Trudeau





-Mariana Versiani- Ecoloodi held a successful workshop for the Family Geography Evening at École Pierre Elliott Trudeau, on February 16, 2016. The event brought out more than 120 participants.

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How do you see water as life-giving?





In January 2011, I spent six months in rural Nicaragua. During my time here, the preservation and conservation of water was taught to me by way of lifestyle, observation and practical education.

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