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ADATA supports needy children to mark its 10th Anniversary (05/23/11)

To celebrate its 10th anniversary, ADATA Technology Co., Ltd., the worldwide leader in DRAM memory and Flash application products, will hold an online event named "Worldwide Give Me Ten Relay" inviting internet users all over the world to help the needy from May 23 to June 22, 2011.
ADATA will fulfill participants’ compassion by supporting the Mumbai Street Children Project in India and Tahoua II Water Project in Niger through World Vision Taiwan.

According to the United Nations, India is the world’s largest population of street children estimated at 11 million. Most children on the streets are ages 5-17 who have no adult supervision or care. The problems they face vary from malnutrition, health problems, abuse, and sexual exploitation.
World Vision has set up day care centers in Mumbai to provide street children with nutrious food, basic education and life skill training that will help them earn an income. Since 2005, 1,000-1,500 children each year have benefitted from the centers and have changed the course of their futures.
Niger, located in West Africa’s Sahara region, is one of the hottest countries in the world. Only 46 percent of Nigerians have access to clean water, and just 12 percent have adequate sanitation. These numbers mean many children are at risk for disease. 
World Vision’s Water Project in Tahoua helps 12,000 people have access to clean water through digging wells or repairing existing water infrastructure.       

To encourage more people to join the relay, ADATA has prepared a host of exciting prizes, including special nation-themed prizes from 17 countries and regions, as well as USB 3.0 external hard drives and flash drives.

How to join:
Please go to the ADATA website:


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