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Budi Susilorini has been Pure Earth’s Indonesia Country Director for more than a decade, cleaning up pollution.“I talk to my nephew about lead and how to protect themselves from toxic exposure. In Indonesia, there are many neighborhoods where car batteries are unsafely recycled contaminating yards, playgrounds, schools… I am working to stop this dangerous activity, so that kids can play safely.”
Carmina Jure of Pure Earth Mexico has only lead-free pottery in her home, ensuring that her family is safe from lead poisoning.
“I work for Pure Earth to give my son and all kids a better, healthier environment.”
Elsie Appeadu, Ghana Country Director visiting a school holding an essay contest on the lead issue. Pure Earth will establish its first-ever school club there, an important strategy to start activating families.
“It’s my mission to raise the awareness of the Ghanaian people and solve the lead problem. It’s critical for my three kids and all of the country’s children.”
Alfonso Rodriguez is Pure Earth’s Colombia Country Director and an internationally known expert on mercury pollution caused by artisanal and small-scale gold-mining (ASGM).
“I am dedicated to cleaning up mercury pollution because it not only affects my family, but the mercury used in artisanal gold mining escapes into the atmosphere, travels through oceans and rivers, poisoning the seafood we all eat.”
Please donate by December 31st . Your gift is worth twice as much. Pure Earth’s Board Chair Conrad Meyer will match all gifts dollar-for-dollar up to $50,000.
● $1000 helps clean up toxins in a yard or playground
● $500 helps test contaminated products in local marketplaces
● $250 helps educate families to protect themselves from toxic lead and mercury
● $100 monitors blood lead levels of an entire family
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