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The Value of Clean Water

The Value of Clean Water For some families, the value of clean water is hard to define. For other families, the price of clean water is more straightforward. Francine and… Read More

People Fix Problems

People Fix Problems Berenadithe ‘s home is high on the ridge above the Nyabarongo River in a village named Cyeru. Her eyes twinkle as she tells us about her life…. Read More

A God-Given Calling

A God-Given Calling Claude is a volunteer with the Water Project in the Juru sector of Rwanda. He just finished his routine rounds of visiting households with SAM3 household filters… Read More

Churches United for Clean Water

Churches United for Clean Water   In rural Rwanda, clean water is scare, but water sources are plentiful. There is water in the rivers, swamps, and lakes that fill the… Read More

Making Clean Water a Priority

Making Clean Water a Priority   Providence and her husband Silas are in their late 40’s and have 7 children between the ages of 20 and 4 years-old. They live… Read More

Theogene and Apolonia’s Search for Clean Water

Theogene and Apolonia’s Search for Clean Water   Theogene and his wife, Apolonia, live in a rural village in Rwanda with their 4-year-old daughter Lafie. Everyone in the village faces… Read More

In Any Way Possible

July 2020 When Michigan first announced quarantine orders, my wife and I looked for every way to avoid going out. We canceled our plans, stocked up on groceries and hunkered… Read More

Children and Caregivers

The Impact of Clean Water on Children and Caregivers   As an elderly widow who lives along the riverside; Theresie is one of the poorest of the poor. But still,… Read More

Hope, Purpose and New Life

August 2019 It was one of our last days visiting different sectors in Rwanda. Many men and women had shared how clean water has impacted their lives greatly, giving them… Read More

Clean Water Critical for Health Centers

Clean Water Critical for Health Centers Health centers are frequently the first point of care, especially for those in rural areas. They also are critical in responding to disease outbreaks,… Read More

A Grandmother and Her Place

Spring 2012 I heard pounding as we walked up to Violette’s home. Her grandmother was sitting on a stool, carved from a tree trunk, pounding cassava into flour. The work… Read More

Volunteers are Problem Solvers

Volunteers are Problem Solvers Damascene was fascinated as 20 Liters SAM3 Household filters began to appear around his small village. He was a local “fundi”, a handyman, problem solvers. Damascene… Read More

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