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20 Liters Program Report – August 2017

20 Liters Program Report – August 2017 Dear Friends, Greetings in the name of our Lord. During the month of August, the distribution went slowly due to insufficiency of water… Read More

Clean Water in the Classroom

Karman is a 3rd grade teacher at Georgetown Elementary School in Hudsonville, Michigan. Her school days are filled with lessons about math, spelling, geography…and water. Last year, a good friend… Read More

20 Liters Program Report – July 2017

20 Liters Program Report – July 2017 Dear Friends, Greetings from Rwanda. This month, the team in the field was able to visit 20 homes of the most vulnerable in… Read More

20 Liters Program Report – June 2017

20 Liters Program Report – June 2017 Greetings from a sunny and hot Rwanda. This month has been very productive for us in terms of field activities because the goals… Read More

Building Community through Volunteerism

We approached from a distance toward a home, just beyond the trading center in Juru. From afar, I thought the woman cleaning a water filter was the owner of the… Read More

Community in Crisis, Clean Water in Flint, MI

As a Michigan-based organization, the water crisis our neighbors in Flint continue to face is heartbreaking. Unsurprisingly, people often ask us if 20 Liters can help people in Flint, still… Read More

We Need More Water Princesses

When our daughter Greta was little, I would tuck her in at night, give her a kiss and remind her that she is a princess. Many little girls want to… Read More

Everybody Has A Gift

Access to clean water has the ability to transform the lives of the most vulnerable in Rwanda. But, it can also transform the lives of our advocates living in the… Read More

Five Sector Wrap Up Report

Five Sector Wrap Up Report In 2012, 20 Liters announced plans to reach 87,702 people in five sectors along the Nyabarongo River in Rwanda. The targeted sectors included Masaka, Gahanga,… Read More

More Than Just Health

Epiphanie is a 52-year-old widow living with her five children and four grandchildren in Rwanda. Because she doesn’t own any land, Epiphanie and some of her children work as day… Read More

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