Water Blogged

Posts for 2017

Kitah Quetzal Walks for Water!

Posted by Steve Hall on January 6

Here are some pictures from our 8th & 9th Grade Walk for Water last fall. The class is known collectively as Kitah Quetzal. Submitted by – Laura Naide  

Straight From The Heart

Posted by Steve Hall on January 13

Hoboken Charter School 3rd grade students created Valentines to send to their global partner school. Last February, students put their “hearts” into greeting students in Tanzania. Hoboken Charter School raised funds through H2O for Life to bring water, sanitation and hygiene education to the school. Submitted by – S.K. Duff

Drilling at Maggya Primary!

Posted by Steve Hall on January 20

Maggya Primary School, Uganda has water- almost 88 meters down. What a day!

Skype Call With Buey Ray Tut - Stillwater Junior High

Posted by Steve Hall on January 23

SJHS AP Human Geography students participated in an excellent Skype call today with Buey Ray Tut, founder of Aqua-Africa. Aqua-Africa collaborates with Water for South Sudan, Inc. to drill wells as part of the United Peace and Development Project. “The UPDP brings together two nonprofit organizations dedicated to helping the people of South Sudan. Water […]

TAKING A STAND - Hoboken Charter School, NJ

Posted by Steve Hall on January 23

I will continue to do what I do until my voice is silenced. It is important to teach our children the importance of social justice and global stewardship. Kids need to learn to rise above themselves and advocate for others. Today, me and my third grade kids worked feverishly on WATER WINGS – our upcoming […]

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Discovery Elementary School - Buffalo, MN

Posted by Christy Andacht on January 25

H2O For Life’s Project Coordinator, Judy Onufer, visited our friends at Discovery Elementary School in Buffalo, MN last Friday to talk about clean water for all! A great day of connecting with kids who will become the next generation of change makers. They raised over $700 for the Wangui Primary School in Kenya.  

Celebrating at Namikka!

Posted by Steve Hall on January 31

Thanks to Windsor Locks Middle School (CT), kids at Namikka Primary School in Uganda never have to leave their school for water. They have clean drinking water in their classrooms and a water source year round on site!

Dear Mangani Primary Students

Posted by Steve Hall on February 1

Dear Students, Olá! Como Vocé está? We live in the United States of America. We are a first grade class in Deerfield, Illinois. Illinois is one of the fifty states in the USA. We are six and seven year olds. We go to Walden School. We are writing to ask you to be our pen […]

Mason Rice Elementary School - Walk for Water

Posted by Steve Hall on February 5

On a bitter cold day in December, we walked to a nearby lake in Newton, MA to collect and carry back water. Parents joined us for this short journey, as we got a mere glimpse into the world of people who have to work extremely hard to access this basic and essential need. In the […]

Successful Project Completed At Murichu Primary

Posted by Steve Hall on February 7

Success at Murichu Primary, Kenya