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WASH 101: Electromagnetic Radiation Solutions

Last month, our WASH 101 series finally got to the fun part of discussing the global water crisis – talking about solutions. And we’re going to continue that conversation over… Read More

Rwanda Program Report – December 2018

Greetings, During the month of December 2018, I was so impressed by the commitment of volunteers who say that they are determined to do work of volunteerism since they were… Read More

WASH 101: “Sourcing” Solutions

At 20 Liters, we believe that before you can solve a problem, you need to understand that problem. So, if you’re just joining our WASH 101 conversation, I would encourage… Read More

Rwanda Program Report – November 2018

Program Report – November 2018 In November 2018, Gashora Water Project Volunteers faced a shortage of water, so the work of sifting and washing sand was not completed as planned…. Read More

WASH 101: It Matters Where You Live

We’ve come a long way since the World Health Organization and UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme [better known as the JMP] started tracking progress on Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene goals in… Read More

Rwanda Program Report – October 2018

Dear Friends, Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. It is with great pleasure to share with you the work being done by water project volunteers, together with… Read More

WASH 101: H is for Hygiene

When I was a kid, I was mildly obsessed with Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen. Then a few years ago, I was watching “The Avengers” and I learned something consciousness… Read More

Rwanda Program Report – September 2018

In September 2018, Gashora water team worked hard to continue distributing Slow Sand Filters. The installation of slow sand fiters in Gashora sector required more time than expected because less… Read More

WASH 101: S is for Sanitation

I live with a toddler who recently developed an interest in beginning potty training… so “toilet-talk” is pretty common in my life. So, trust me, there are a thousand different… Read More

Rwanda Program Report – August 2018

Dear Friends, This month, we are proud to introduce you to Jean d’Amour Rebero, our new Water Project Coordinator! Jean d’Amour brings as BS in Civil Engineering and Environmental Technology… Read More

WASH 101: A is for A Shared Language

Before we start talking about solutions to the global water crisis – let’s get technical! Specifically, we need a shared language to talk about what different solutions accomplish for people… Read More

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