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20 Liters Program Report – September 2017

Dear Friends, It is with pleasure that I share with you this report for the month of September 2017. The reporting period was filled with field visits for program monitoring… Read More

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 to wash sand but the water team… Read More

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 the Gashora Sector of Rwanda and facilitated… Read More

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 set were overachieved. I was happy to… 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. We occasionally get asked if our filters can help in Flint, where people are… Read More

Five Sector Wrap Up Report Released March 2017

In 2012, 20 Liters announced plans to reach 87,702 people in five sectors along the Nyabarongo River in Rwanda, including Masaka, Gahanga, Ntarama, Mwogo, and Juru. We are thrilled to… Read More

Program Update: Feb 2016

Operations Headquarters in Juru 2016 is the year of clean water in Juru. We spent the last 10 weeks preparing the community and finalizing our plan. The local leadership council… Read More

Program Update: Jan 2016

Sifting sand, 8 days straight. It’s not an easy job, but it goes better when you sing. Our volunteers know that clean water means hard work, so they put in… Read More

Program Update: Dec 2015

Adventist Church in Mwogo Gets Rainwater Harvest System With the rainy season in full swing, the community around the Adventist Church is now benefitting from closer and cleaner water. Since… Read More

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