Water.org Founders Matt Damon, Gary White Speak With Media Outlets About WASH Efforts

The Guardian: Matt Damon: ‘Children are drinking water so dirty it looks like chocolate milk’
“Jetlagged after a flight from Australia, Matt Damon is wearing a smart dark suit with a crisp white shirt as he sits at the headquarters of the World Bank in Washington. He is barely distinguishable from countless technocrats converging on this cathedral of global capitalism. The Hollywood actor and co-founder of water.org is here to be interviewed by the Guardian…” (Smith, 4/24).

NPR: Matt Damon And Gary White On The World’s Water Crisis
“One topic at [last] week’s World Bank meetings is water scarcity. David Greene speaks with the co-founders of Water.org, actor Matt Damon and Gary White, about people who can’t access clean water. … The actor Matt Damon is a founder of water.org along with co-founder Gary White. And we sat down with both of them [Thursday] afternoon in Washington, D.C., at the spring meetings of the World Bank. Matt Damon told us it was a trip to Zambia that really got him interested in this issue. He met a young girl who was collecting water for her family…” (Greene, 4/21).

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