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Matoska Water Warrior Club

Posted by Steve Hall on September 16

Matoska International IB World School (MN) has been participating in our program for many years. 5th grade students can apply to be part of their Water Warrior Club, which educates the younger classes about global and local water issues. The Water Warriors also plan and lead their fundraising events. Many of these students have been […]

Tanzanian borehole drilled

Posted by Steve Hall on September 12

Isuka Primary School is located in Isuka village within the Kilolo district of Iringa, Tanzania. The school has 346 students from nursery to standard seven and 8 teachers/staff members. Isuka faced the challenge of not having access to safe water for daily use. Students would fetch polluted water from unsafe streams and small rivers that […]

New Latrines!

Posted by Steve Hall on September 12

Check out the new latrines these Nicaraguan students at Escuela la Carreta now have access to! We believe all people deserve clean water, safe sanitation, and the knowledge to sustain it for future generations. Our implementing partner, El Porvenir, partners with the people of Nicaragua so that they can build a better future for themselves […]

Muhwana borehole well a success

Posted by Steve Hall on September 11

Background Muhwana Secondary School is located in Magulilwa ward in the Iringa Rural district of Tanzania. The school has 369 students (202 girls|167 boys) and 22 teachers/staff members. There are 16 latrines for students and 2 for the staff. There are 20 female students who are living at the school. They had no access to […]

Our students ‘Get it’ - Deborah Heid

Posted by Steve Hall on September 5

This fall marks the sixth year St. Joseph will have a Water Walk, and I honestly believe that our students are better people because of it.  Our job as a school is to teach our students to be responsible and productive adults. As Catholic Christians we are called to practice the Corporal Works of Mercy. […]

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