The activist completed a 250-kilometre run along the Nile to raise awareness about water shortage.
Australian lawyer and activist Mina Guli just completed a 250-kilometer run along the Nile in Egypt as part of her Run4Water campaign to raise awareness about water consumption and easy access to clean water. Guli aims to run along a total of 6 rivers on 6 continents; North America, South America, Australia, Asia, Africa, and Europe. Her run along the Nile in Egypt is the 5th stop of her tour, after which remains her final run in Europe.
Guli's run in Egypt, which took place from April 18th to April 23rd, saw her run through Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan. The 46-year-old Australian activist's initiative is part of the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals, which launched in 2015 and includes a total of 17 goals. Easy access to water and sanitation in the 6th of these goals.
Guli documented her run through Egypt on social media, keeping her followers updated through a series of photos and videos. Here's our round up of 11 of her most striking photos, and a video depicting her 6-day experience in 60 seconds.