Camille Lacourt Fronts Nuit de l’Eau Drive To Get Clean Water To The Children Of Togo

Camille Lacourt aiming to send the ripple out on the need for clean water for schoolchildren in Togo

Married to Miss France of 2008, Valérie Bègu, French backstroke ace Camille Lacourt will court more glamour in his life when he joins Miss France 2011, Laury Thilleman as host of the French (FFN) swimming federation’s 9th “La Nuit de l’Eau” in partnership with Unicef, the child welfare charity, and EDF, the energy company, on March 12: the aim is to build projects dedicated to increasing access to water and sanitation for schoolchildren and the schools they learn at in Togo

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Married to Miss France of 2008, Valérie Bègu, French backstroke ace Camille Lacourt will court more glamour in his life when he joins Miss France 2011, Laury Thilleman as host of the French (FFN) swimming federation’s 9th “La Nuit de l’Eau” in partnership with Unicef, the child welfare charity, and EDF, the energy company, on March 12: the aim is to build projects dedicated to increasing access to water and sanitation for schoolchildren and the schools they learn at in Togo

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