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Water Researcher Praises Jay-Z, Urges Others to Become Involved with Global Water Crisis
Date:8/12/2013

Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) August 12, 2013

Rapper and philanthropist Jay-Z is on the right track with his campaign to help people become involved with the global water crisis, reports water researcher Sharon Kleyne. While Kleyne has only high praise for the hip-hop star, she believes that his “Water for Life” campaign doesn’t go far enough and that too many people, including Jay-Z, remain uneducated about the full extent of the crisis. Kleyne’s ultimate objective is for very government on Earth to make water their #1 priority.

Sharon Kleyne is Founder of Bio-Logic Aqua Research, a water and health research and product development center. As part of part of her commitment to educating the public about all aspects of water, Kleyne hosts the globally syndicated Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water® radio show on VoiceAmerica and Apple iTunes.

Kleyne first learned of Jay-Z’s interest in the global water crisis while watching an interviewed with him on TV. She has never met Jay-Z but is excited about his work and noted the similarity between his “Water for Life” mission and her “Power of Water” mission.    

Jay-Z cites some sobering statistics, says Kleyne. Of the earth’ s 7 billion people, 1.1 billion lack adequate drinking water, 2.6 billion lack water for sanitation and 2 million children die each year from water and sanitation causes. Jay-Z’s campaign, Kleyne observes, focuses on areas where the crisis is greatest and the people are poorest such as Africa, Central America and parts of South America, the Middle East and Asia, including China.

There is no question, says Kleyne, that Jay-Z is doing tremendous good. Building a village well in Kenya is extremely cost effective and can save and/or vastly improve thousands of lives.

To Kleyne, the crisis affects every single person in every country everywhere on Earth, including the United States. Water is the basis of all lif
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