April 27, 2012

Semaine verte: Acqua for Life


Suite à une édition 2011 qui a connu du succès, Giorgio Armani lance pour une deuxième année le défi Acqua For Life, développé en association avec l'organisme Green Cross. Le programme Smart Water for Green Schools, qui a pour objectif de donner à des enfants en milieux défavorisés accès à de l'eau potable, a fourni 43 millions de litres d'eau à 16 communautés du Ghana l'année dernière. Le défi 2012 met en vedette les parfums pour elle et lui Acqua Di Gioia et Acqua Di Gio de Giorgio Armani, et dès la mi-mai, lorsque vous vous procurez l'édition Acqua For Life de ces deux célèbres fragrances, le designer remet l'équivalent de 100 litres d'eau en construisant des systèmes de récolte d'eau dans les écoles du Ghana et de la Bolivie. Vous pouvez visiter la page Facebook de Acqua For Life et twitter avec le hashtag #Acqua4Life2012  pour partager le défi de Giorgio Armani.

Following a successful 2011 edition, Giorgio Armani launches for a second year the challenge Acqua For Life, developed in association with the Green Cross. The program called Smart Water for Green Schools, which focuses on giving children of impoverished communities access to clean water, gave 43 million liters of water to 16 communities of Ghana last year. The 2012 challenge is headlined by the his and her perfumes Acqua Di Gio and Acqua Di Gioia from Giorgio Armani, and starting mid-may, when you buy the Acqua For Life edition of the two famous fragrances, the designer gives out 100 liters of water by helping build systems to access water in schools of Ghana and Bolivia. You can visit the Facebook page of Acqua For Life and tweet with the hashtag #Acqua4Life2012 to share the challenge of Giorgio Armani.



What do you think of this initiative from Giorgio Armani for Green Cross ? I'm all for designers who use their craft and their name to give out and help the world. And now, you can buy your favorite perfume and give a hand to communities as well. Water is essential to our living and everyone should be able to access it!
 

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