The Promise of a Brighter Future

Indoor plumbing is nonexistent in Abiyunze, a village found in the Ngoma District of Rwanda. The lack of clean water brought heartbreaking hardships to this village. Kabano, a husband and… Read More

Clean Water Brings Financial Freedom

Clean Water Brings Financial Freedom The luxury of clean water seemed unattainable to Byanone and his family. The challenges to purify untreated water from the nearby lake were many, including… Read More

Waters of Hope

Dedicated to Serving Others No Matter What Valerie is a 62-year-old caregiver living in Rwanda’s Ngoma district with a heart as generous as her age. She is not just the… Read More

Clean Water is Transforming Lives at the Jarama Health Center

Located in Ngoma district lies Jarama Health Center – a vital lifeline for the 30,773 residents of Rwanda’s Jarama sector. Every day, this bustling health facility caters to the diverse… Read More

2024 Walk for Water – Zeeland (You’re Invited!)

We walk because they walk. Everyday, around the world, approximately 700 million people still lack access to basic drinking water services. So they have to walk. Some estimate that 200… Read More

Safe Water Brings Freedom in Kagogo

Sylvia and Aphrodis In the heart of Rwanda’s Kagogo sector, in the village of Nyamabuye, lives Sylvia, a resilient 44-year-old mother of three, and her husband Aphrodis. The two lead… Read More

The Critical Importance of Clean Water for Education

Clean water is critical for successful education. Vedaste Ntibihangana is the head teacher of Mugwato Primary school in Mugwato village. Years ago, World Relief and 20 Liters began identifying places… Read More

Vitality Replaces Vulnerability

Water – a critical subject in school At first glance, Uruhuha Primary School, situated in the Uruhuha village of Rwanda’s Jarama sector, looks much like one might expect. Home to… Read More

Something You Can’t Buy, But You Can Have

A beautiful landscape Rosette’s home over looks a beautiful fertile valley where crops are neatly planted. Cows wander up and down the valley paths, and in the distance she can… Read More

Clean Water, Bright Futures

Clean Waters, Bright Futures Jacqueline Nyirabukara wears multiple hats in her small Rwandan village. She is a skilled community health worker specializing in common waterborne diseases like malaria and diarrhea…. Read More

Seeds of Health and Hope

A Seed Planted in Dark Soil…Just Needs a Little Water Rachel Mukategera, a 51-year-old Rwandan widow, resides in the country’s northern Burera district. Blessed with a nurturing heart, Rachel has… Read More

Back to School Means Something Different at Gitare

Gitare I Primary School’s new SAM2 Through the introduction of the SAM2 community water filter provided by 20 Liters, over 1,000 students and 26 teachers at Gitare I Primary School… Read More

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