It seems that Matt Damon is still hunting for good will. In a piece in the Daily Beast today, the famous actor brought attention to the water crisis, and made the case that non-profits should be more disruptive and use innovation to make an impact. Matt Damon co-founded Water.org with Gary White to foster new innovative, community-driven and market-based solutions to ensure all people have access to safe water and sanitation.
On the World Water Day, Matt Damon was featured in a catchy and educational video. "What is the invention that saves the most lives in human history?", he asks. Wait for it… the toilet. Yet, more people have access to cell phones than toilets. It should not be the case. Still today, 10,000 people die every day of water related diseases. Can Matt Damon and his partner Gary White save them?