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UNC honored with clean water accessibility award at Clinton Global Initiatve


The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill was recognized with a Procter & Gamble Sustainability Partner Award for its work bringing clean drinking water to people living with HIV/AIDS. The award was presented in New York City at the Clinton Global Initiative, an annual gathering of global leaders who come together to solve the world’s toughest problems. (UNC.edu)


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