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Campaign of the Month April: I kill 15 people every minute

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 12-05-2010 19:16 | Category: Awards, Campaign of the Month, Environment, Health, Developing World



The Osocio bloggers choose the best campaign every month. At the end of the year we will have twelve great campaigns from which we will choose the Campaign of the Year.
For the month April it was a close race. We had 35 campaigns, 16 get points, 3 of them are most preferred by us.
The winner: I kill 15 people every minute. A brilliant installation made for World Water Day by Solidarités International for which water was the medium.

“I kill more than cancer, I kill more than AIDS, I kill more than war, I kill 15 people every minute.”

Read more here.

Two campaigns on the second place in April:
- The $73,000 bar bill
- A history forgotten is a future lost

See all Campaigns of the Month here.










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