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This 24-year-old Goldman Sachs banker wants to solve the global water crisis — and the bank just gave him $150,000 to get started

Hamza FarrukhGoldman Sachs

Bondh-E-Shams, a charity founded by a 24-year-old Goldman Sachs analyst Hamza Farrukh, won a $150,000 grant from the bank.
It focuses on providing clean water to poor, rural communities in Pakistan and to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.
Founder Hamza Farrukh told Business Insider that his ultimate goal is to provide clean water to everyone on the planet.

For most of us, working in Goldman Sachs’ prestigious securities division would be enough stress and workload. But for Hamza Farrukh, it’s not enough.

As well as his day job, Farrukh heads up Bondh-E-Shams, a charity he founded, which is dedicated to delivering clean water to areas that previously did not have access.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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