Facebook page created to help manage water shortage crisis in SA

Caroline van Saasen is the Co-Founder of Water Shortage SA, a Facebook page encouraging travellers to take water with them as they travel and give it to people who are affected by drought.

The page was created on 28 December and water distribution and collection points have been set up around the country. The page currently has 8000 followers.

Listen to the full conversation below:

It is not the number of members that is important to me but the amount of water that is been transported.

Caroline van Saasen, Co-Founder of Water Shortage SA

We are requesting holiday makers to please fill up five litre water bottles or 25 litre and take it to drop-off points.

Caroline van Saasen, Co-Founder of Water Shortage SA
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