Join with us to take a few more steps to help our global neighbours, who struggle daily for healthcare, nutrition and liveable cities – things most of us take for granted.
With our lifestyle, it takes 10,000 steps (about 8km) a day to stay healthy. Many of our global neighbours take many or more steps to reach the necessities of life.
For example, a farmer in Bolivia takes as many as 7,920 steps to collect fresh water; a mother in Nepal, almost 12,000 steps to deliver her baby in a safe facility, or a staggering 25,080 steps if she needs an emergency procedure.
HealthBridge Steps for Change Challenge is a virtual journey that takes place from Sept. 25 to Oct. 22, 2016.