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Token sunset out west. #makeitwest #sunset (at Prevelly Park)

Token sunset out west. #makeitwest #sunset (at Prevelly Park)

— 1 week ago
#makeitwest  #sunset 
Take it easy (at Uluwatu Temple, Bali)

Take it easy (at Uluwatu Temple, Bali)

— 3 weeks ago
land before time #100kworldwaterday

land before time #100kworldwaterday

— 3 weeks ago
#100kworldwaterday 
A local village leader holding up a glass of unfiltered water and another that was put through one of the filters we brought. Amazing!
#100kWorldWaterDay
#givewater
#cleanwatercourier
#WWDBali
@wavesforwater
@hurley_h2o
Amazing to be part of something so incredible that’s happening all around the world. Thanks for having me.

A local village leader holding up a glass of unfiltered water and another that was put through one of the filters we brought. Amazing!
#100kWorldWaterDay
#givewater
#cleanwatercourier
#WWDBali
@wavesforwater
@hurley_h2o
Amazing to be part of something so incredible that’s happening all around the world. Thanks for having me.

— 4 weeks ago with 1 note
#cleanwatercourier  #100kworldwaterday  #givewater  #wwdbali 
Leaving Gold Coast heading to Bali with @wavesforwater @hurley_h2o 
Thanks to all my friends, new and old, that made my trip so memorable! 
📷 @corey_wilson  @hurley

Leaving Gold Coast heading to Bali with @wavesforwater @hurley_h2o
Thanks to all my friends, new and old, that made my trip so memorable!
📷 @corey_wilson @hurley

— 1 month ago
#100kWorldWaterDay
1 in 6 people do not have access to clean water.  
In Indonesia, 80% of the population (197.52 million people) of which many households in densely populated areas, are not served by existing piped water. 16% of Indonesians or 40 million people lack access to clean water. They obtain their water from sources that are contaminated by raw sewage, and this exposure greatly increases human susceptibility to water-related diseases.
Of the four most important causes of under-5 mortality in Indonesia, two—diarrhea and typhoid—are fecal-borne illnesses directly linked to inadequate water supply, sanitation and hygiene issues. Diarrhea alone is the second leading killer of children under five in the country and accounts for about 20% of child deaths each year. Every year, at least 300 out of 1,000 Indonesians suffer from water-borne diseases, including cholera, dysentery, and typhoid fever, according to the Ministry of Health. Difficult access to improved water supply also means that poor households, particularly women and children, spend too much time fetching water. 
To correspond with World Water Day of 2014, Waves For Water will be coordinating one of the largest single day water relief efforts in history. Five groups of trained professionals will lead “Clean Water Courier” missions to five different parts of the globe  – Brazil, Haiti, Indonesia, Liberia and Nicaragua. Each team will bring a key influencer or public figure to help document the story as they distribute water filtration units. Approximately 1,000 water filters will be distributed on one day (03.22.14) with capacity to help provide access to clean water for 100,000 people.
#wwdIndonesia #bali #cleanwatercourier #100kworldwaterday  
@rissmoore10 @acebuchan @caitierowe @hurley_h2o @wavesforwater

#100kWorldWaterDay
1 in 6 people do not have access to clean water.
In Indonesia, 80% of the population (197.52 million people) of which many households in densely populated areas, are not served by existing piped water. 16% of Indonesians or 40 million people lack access to clean water. They obtain their water from sources that are contaminated by raw sewage, and this exposure greatly increases human susceptibility to water-related diseases.
Of the four most important causes of under-5 mortality in Indonesia, two—diarrhea and typhoid—are fecal-borne illnesses directly linked to inadequate water supply, sanitation and hygiene issues. Diarrhea alone is the second leading killer of children under five in the country and accounts for about 20% of child deaths each year. Every year, at least 300 out of 1,000 Indonesians suffer from water-borne diseases, including cholera, dysentery, and typhoid fever, according to the Ministry of Health. Difficult access to improved water supply also means that poor households, particularly women and children, spend too much time fetching water.
To correspond with World Water Day of 2014, Waves For Water will be coordinating one of the largest single day water relief efforts in history. Five groups of trained professionals will lead “Clean Water Courier” missions to five different parts of the globe – Brazil, Haiti, Indonesia, Liberia and Nicaragua. Each team will bring a key influencer or public figure to help document the story as they distribute water filtration units. Approximately 1,000 water filters will be distributed on one day (03.22.14) with capacity to help provide access to clean water for 100,000 people.
#wwdIndonesia #bali #cleanwatercourier #100kworldwaterday
@rissmoore10 @acebuchan @caitierowe @hurley_h2o @wavesforwater

— 1 month ago
#wwdindonesia  #100kworldwaterday  #cleanwatercourier  #bali 
1 in 6 people do not have access to clean water.     
#100kWorldWaterDay  
In Indonesia, 80% of the population (197.52 million people) of which many households in densely populated areas, are not served by existing piped water. 16% of Indonesians or 40 million people lack access to clean water. They obtain their water from sources that are contaminated by raw sewage, and this exposure greatly increases human susceptibility to water-related diseases.
Of the four most important causes of under-5 mortality in Indonesia, two—diarrhea and typhoid—are fecal-borne illnesses directly linked to inadequate water supply, sanitation and hygiene issues. Diarrhea alone is the second leading killer of children under five in the country and accounts for about 20% of child deaths each year. Every year, at least 300 out of 1,000 Indonesians suffer from water-borne diseases, including cholera, dysentery, and typhoid fever, according to the Ministry of Health. Difficult access to improved water supply also means that poor households, particularly women and children, spend too much time fetching water. 
To correspond with World Water Day of 2014, Waves For Water will be coordinating one of the largest single day water relief efforts in history. Five groups of trained professionals will lead “Clean Water Courier” missions to five different parts of the globe  – Brazil, Haiti, Indonesia, Liberia and Nicaragua. Each team will bring a key influencer or public figure to help document the story as they distribute water filtration units. Approximately 1,000 water filters will be distributed on one day (03.22.14) with capacity to help provide access to clean water for 100,000 people.
#wwdIndonesia #bali #cleanwatercourier #givewater 
@rissmoore10 @acebuchan @wavesforwater @hurley_h2o

1 in 6 people do not have access to clean water.
#100kWorldWaterDay
In Indonesia, 80% of the population (197.52 million people) of which many households in densely populated areas, are not served by existing piped water. 16% of Indonesians or 40 million people lack access to clean water. They obtain their water from sources that are contaminated by raw sewage, and this exposure greatly increases human susceptibility to water-related diseases.
Of the four most important causes of under-5 mortality in Indonesia, two—diarrhea and typhoid—are fecal-borne illnesses directly linked to inadequate water supply, sanitation and hygiene issues. Diarrhea alone is the second leading killer of children under five in the country and accounts for about 20% of child deaths each year. Every year, at least 300 out of 1,000 Indonesians suffer from water-borne diseases, including cholera, dysentery, and typhoid fever, according to the Ministry of Health. Difficult access to improved water supply also means that poor households, particularly women and children, spend too much time fetching water.
To correspond with World Water Day of 2014, Waves For Water will be coordinating one of the largest single day water relief efforts in history. Five groups of trained professionals will lead “Clean Water Courier” missions to five different parts of the globe – Brazil, Haiti, Indonesia, Liberia and Nicaragua. Each team will bring a key influencer or public figure to help document the story as they distribute water filtration units. Approximately 1,000 water filters will be distributed on one day (03.22.14) with capacity to help provide access to clean water for 100,000 people.
#wwdIndonesia #bali #cleanwatercourier #givewater
@rissmoore10 @acebuchan @wavesforwater @hurley_h2o

— 1 month ago
#wwdindonesia  #100kworldwaterday  #cleanwatercourier  #bali  #givewater 
⛅️🌊🐬  (at Greenmount Hill)

⛅️🌊🐬 (at Greenmount Hill)

— 1 month ago
First album I ever bought @greendayig finally saw the  doin their thing live.  (at soundwave)

First album I ever bought @greendayig finally saw the doin their thing live. (at soundwave)

— 1 month ago
Lauryn - Hawaii

Lauryn - Hawaii

— 3 months ago
Lauryn - Hawaii

Lauryn - Hawaii

— 3 months ago
Waimea Bay (at Waimea Bay)

Waimea Bay (at Waimea Bay)

— 4 months ago
Reflecting on this rainy day in #hawaii. 
Terrible to get the news about @paulwalker and although I didn’t know him too well, I’m devastated for my friends that did. Such a good man.
Reminder to me that life is short and nothing is more important than #family #friends and #happiness   
#alwaysinourhearts 
 (at Banzai Pipeline, North Shore)

Reflecting on this rainy day in #hawaii.
Terrible to get the news about @paulwalker and although I didn’t know him too well, I’m devastated for my friends that did. Such a good man.
Reminder to me that life is short and nothing is more important than #family #friends and #happiness
#alwaysinourhearts
(at Banzai Pipeline, North Shore)

— 4 months ago
#happiness  #friends  #hawaii  #family  #alwaysinourhearts 
sunday  (at Sunset Beach Park)

sunday (at Sunset Beach Park)

— 4 months ago