CHRISTINE BLEAKLEY VISITS SPORT RELIEF PROJECT WHICH AIM TO STOP DIARRHOEA IN UGANDA
Christine Bleakley was moved to lead a humanitarian mission in Uganda. The fiancé to Chelsea FC senior quarterback, Frank Lampard, visited children affected by water related diseases in the African country.
Christine had the opportunity to demonstrate social awareness in the Sport Relief charity carried by BBC Sport. The TV presenter wants to help the mission is the prevention of diarrhea outbreak in Uganda.
Carrying thousands of children in the East African country, threatened to death because of suffering from diarrhea, many as 28 percent of the population does not have access to clean drinking water while 66 percent of the population does not have access to adequate sanitation. Seeing the sad fact , Christine moved to jump directly visit the children. He had talked with one of the school students Kasasa, Moses Sekitoleko.
“I’m always playing and running, so very thirsty. One day, I was really thirsty. Though he knew dirty, I still drink water from the pipe. That evening, I was ill and was taken to hospital. I had diarrhea, “Moses said to Christine, as reported by The Sun.
Sport Relief and UK aid-match money has been used to enable the charity WaterAid to transform the sanitation at this school and scores more like it across Uganda.
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