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The Problem Was Dirty Water

The Problem Was Dirty Water Nepo and Venancie have lived in the rural area of Gashora in Rwanda since 1997. They are both in their sixties. Over the years, they… Read More

Clean Water Protects Children from Sickness

Clean Water Protects Children from Sickness   Emmanuel and Donatile live in rural Rwanda with their two children, Renee and Elisee. A few years ago, when the government provided public… Read More

Healthier Lives through Clean Water

Healthier Lives through Clean Water   Access to water plays a vital role in the well-being of families. But in rural areas with widespread poverty, there is never enough water… Read More

Faith, Hope and Clean Water

Faith, Hope and Clean Water   Faith and Hope Nursery & Primary School serves 583 students and employs 15 staff members in the Rilima sector of Rwanda. Clean water has… Read More

For Clean Water, We Are Thankful

As we celebrate Thanksgiving in the U.S. this week, we went into our story vault to help us remember why we are thankful for clean water. Mary’s world is small…. Read More

An Unthinkable Luxury

For families like Pifania’s, access to clean water feels like an unthinkable luxury… Pifania sighs contentedly as she hands a cup full of water to her six-year-old daughter. She too… Read More

The Future Is Now Bright

For a family struggling with chronic illness, the future is now bright. John and his wife, Mary Rose were born and have lived their whole lives in Gashora. They are… Read More

Quenching a Thirst for Knowledge [and Clean Water]

Quenching a Thirst for Knowledge [and Clean Water] For kids in rural Rwanda, access to clean water at school can be the difference between getting an education or dropping out… Read More

A Less Tiresome Walk for Water

A Less Tiresome Walk for Water Jean Baptiste is a father of six children and has lived in Bitega village all his life. He recalls memories from his childhood spent… Read More

Making Dirty Tap Water Clean

Globally, at least 2 billion people use a drinking water source contaminated with feces. This is far more than the 159 million people who still use surface water as their… Read More

We Welcome Those Who Thirst

Clementine is a 29-year-old mother of three children between the ages of 3 and 6. She and her husband, Yves, live in the Gashora sector of Rwanda. Each day, Clementine… Read More

boldSOCKS Make Dirty Water Clean with 20 Liters

A sock company based in West Michigan, and a water crisis unfolding in Africa. Two subjects that ordinarily would have nothing to do with each other. But the story of… Read More

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