Droga5 has developed an equally hopeful and heart-wrenching spot for The Tap Project - an agency-originated idea and now UNICEF initiative - painting a picture for what having access to plentiful, clean running tap water can mean to the daily lives of children and families in a country like Haiti.

Droga5 has developed an equally hopeful and heart-wrenching spot for The Tap Project – an agency-originated idea and now UNICEF initiative – painting a picture for what having access to plentiful, clean running tap water can mean to the daily lives of children and families in a country like Haiti.  The message is clearly targeted to those of us in more developed nations that take it for granted – and can help do something about it.

Kudos to Droga5 for contributing their creative brainpower and financial efforts to this worthy – and very timely- initiative.

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