I’m running 40 marathons in 40 days, along 6 rivers, on 6 continents - here's why

Jordanian boys cool off under a fountain during an unseasonal heat wave with temperatures reaching a high of 31 degrees Celsius (87 degrees Farenheit) in downtown Amman June 15, 2010.

"I’m just an ordinary person with a purpose, who’s crazy enough to try do something heroic about the water crisis" Image: REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

Mina Guli
Founder and Chief Water Advocate, Thirst
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Syrian refugees boys carry water for their family at Al Zaatri refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, August 12, 2012. Image: REUTERS/Ali Jarekji
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