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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

More Than Just Health – Epiphanie’s Story

Mukasonga 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… Read More

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