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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

Why 20 Liters Inspires Me

Recently, 20 Liters asked some of our Sustaining Liters to tell us more about why they choose to support 20 Liters with a monthly gift. We were touched by all… Read More

Let me praise you, you brought relief

20 Liters relies on dedicated local volunteers in Rwanda to implement the Water Project… they mobilize the community, they assemble filters, train recipients, and in some cases – they use… Read More

Wash 101: W is for Water

I’m passionate about clean water and I want you to be passionate about clean water too. But it can be hard to care deeply about something you don’t really understand…. Read More

The Miracle of Clean Water

Nyiraneza Genesita is a mother of four living in the Gashora Sector of Rwanda. She and her husband moved to Gashora eight years ago and the first challenge they faced… Read More

Volunteering + Something Even Better

Helping those in need has been a part of Steve Nauta’s life since he was a child. At an early age, his mother instilled in him the importance of helping… Read More

Walk for Water: Rilima, Rwanda

Residents walked with grace and elegance, every step speaking of intent and purpose; walking and sometimes running down the road from Kyoma primary school to draw water from Rumira River…. Read More

Water Brings Confidence in the Future

Mukandemeye Venantia is a 63-year-old widow from the Gashora Sector of Rwanda.  She lives in the Rweru II village with her 6 children and 2 grandchildren. Venantia is a farmer,… Read More

The Power of Passion in the Classroom

Karman Vanderstel 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… Read More

Finding Community through Volunteerism

From a distance as we approached one of the home steads just after the trading center in the Juru sector of Rwanda, I was sure that the lady busy cleaning… Read More

‘We Need More Wotr Prinsos’

When our daughter Greta was little (she’s the one in the photo with the little girl dressed in a princess dress), I would tuck her in at night, give her… 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

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We’re making dirty water clean.  But we can’t do it alone.

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