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Sea Rescue estimates that the number of children who drown in South Africa each year would fill 9 double decker buses.With water restrictions in place across the country, many families are gathering buckets of water for re-use. Please be alert and close these buckets securely with lids.Together with our WaterWise Academy, we are releasing a series of water safety posters as part of an awareness campaign. This artwork can be used at no charge by local communities. Please feel free to print these posters and display them in key locations to help us to save lives.For hi-res artwork you can write to us at
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WW - Wash Bucket A7 MagnetIllustrations by Off The Board Design Studio
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