Water for the Poor at freepoverty.com

I was lazily browsing the internet, dropping Entrecards every now and then when I accidently hit a badge that led me to freepoverty.com.

The site offers a game that aims to donate cups of water for the poor. So, I decided to play the game and the result can be seen at the bottom of my blog.
map game at freepoverty.comI liked history way back in high school and seeing the map of the world lay before my eyes immediately caught my attention.

The object of the game is to point in the map the location being displayed in the question bar. The closer you pinpoint, the higher the cups of water you donate with 10 cups being the highest.

I was glad Manila, Philippines was asked. I noticed I had an easier time pinpointing the location of European countries who were major characters in WWII like France, UK, Germany, Italy. Of course Southeast Asia and the middle East.

I have a terrible time guessing countries from the African continent and the now defunct USSR region.

For those geography buffs out there, I urge you to play the game to get your geographic fixed while donating cups of water to the poor at the same time.

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2 comments:

Hi! I'm Grace said...

Wow! Thanks for this info, Doms. This is a good way of helping others.
Have a happy new year.:)

Melissa1143 said...

I like this post. Good job on helping others!

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