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Ceiba Dudu Project Complete

Posted by Steve Hall on April 17

The new toilets and handwashing station at Ceiba Dudu School in Waslala, Nicaragua, have been completed! 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 through the sustainable development of Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) education projects. They also take it a step farther with their watershed management program, which promotes water flow, increases food security, and reduces the impact of climate change. Clean drinking water for all Nicaraguans, no […]

Udom Primary Well Drilled

Posted by Steve Hall on April 4

We are pleased to report that Water for South Sudan has drilled the well that you sponsored. We have now drilled more than 600 wells since 2005, and we are deeply grateful for the continued support from donors like you. WFSS will continue to provide access to clean water and hygiene education, led by our South Sudan team. Although parts of South Sudan continue to experience unrest, we have been able to continue drilling wells safely. Our work continues to provide grassroots development and sustainability for rural villages and schools. The installation of a new well can also serve as […]

Painting Fundraiser

Posted by Steve Hall on March 27

The National Honor Society at Commonwealth High School in San Juan, Puerto Rico, held a painting fundraiser! Students and teachers spent an afternoon painting and learning about H2O for Life and the project they are supporting in the Navajo Nation. They raised over $1,000!

High School Fellows Connect With El Porvenir in Nicaragua

Posted by Mitchell LeGrand on March 20

The H2O for Life High School Fellowship program is an opportunity for youth from around the world to connect with one another and dive deeper into topics around the water crisis. An important part of that deeper learning is the Impact Speakers we bring in for each seminar. These speakers range from leaders in the nonprofit sector to social entrepreneurs to storytellers to engineers. Last month, the fellows heard from our Implementing Partners at El Porvenir. Executive Director Rob Bell and Director of US Operations Jenna SaldaƱa spoke with our students about how their water projects are implemented in Nicaragua […]

Volta Project a Success

Posted by Steve Hall on March 14

Have is a rural community located in the Adaklu district in the Volta region of Ghana. The major economic activity in the community is subsistent farming and hunting. The people are friendly and accommodating. BEFORE: Have School, with a current population of 129 students, lacks any source of safe water since its old borehole stopped working long ago. Students are forced to spend hours fetching water and walking many miles multiple times per day. These missed hours in the classroom negatively affect their performance in school and make it extremely difficult for the teachers to provide a quality educational experience […]

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