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Posts for 2021

Safe Water for Mwesigwa!

Posted by Steve Hall on September 23

Thank you for bringing safe water to ⁠Andy Mwesigwa Comprehensive High School, Bugwanya LC1 Before: Serving over 200 students in Uganda’s Kakiri community, Andy Mwesigwa Comprehensive High School has expanded significantly in recent years and expects its enrollment numbers to continue rising. Nevertheless, their already insufficient water supply–a nearby shallow well– has stayed the same. […]

Water Warrior Essays

Posted by Steve Hall on September 24

Annual Water Warrior Club essays from Matoska International students, MN We are globally-minded students who care about the world. We can help the world and make a change in the world. We care about water. We want to help others in need. We want all people to have access to clean water. Others in the […]

Ndejje Project Complete

Posted by Steve Hall on October 1

Thank you for bringing safe water to ⁠Ndejje Parents’ Infant School, Uganda! Before: Ndejje Parents’ Infant School serves 250 students in the Nyimbwa community. Although the school has piped water in its facilities–a rarity among schools in Uganda– the network is highly unreliable and water can be shut off for days at a moment’s notice. […]

Kasengejji Project Complete

Posted by Steve Hall on October 11

Thank you for bringing safe water to ⁠Kasengejje Secondary School, Uganda! Before: Although Kasengejje Secondary School is connected to a piped water network, the roughly 800 students in the Wakiso TC community that it serves regularly go without clean water. The reason? The reservoir connected to the piped water network regularly runs dry and cannot […]

Safe Water for Wakiso

Posted by Steve Hall on October 13

Thank you for bringing safe water to ⁠Wakiso Secondary School For The Deaf, Bukungulu Sentema, Uganda! Before: Wakiso Secondary School for the Deaf already has a rainwater collection tank attached to their facility, but its supply simply isn’t sufficient to provide adequate water for the washing, cooking and drinking needs of the students and staff. In […]

Check out the Impact at St. Anthony GJ

Posted by Steve Hall on October 18

Thank you for bringing safe water to ⁠St Anthony G J Primary School, Ndeeba, Uganda! Before: St. Anthony G J Primary School serves over 500 students in the Kyampisi community. Although the school has a nearby well that its students and staff rely on for their water needs, the well is shallow and its water is […]

The H2O for Life High School Fellowship Program

Posted by Mitchell LeGrand on October 18

H2O for Life is giving an opportunity to high school students that are interested in making a difference in the world. 25 students from across the country will gather virtually once a month to learn alongside their peers from experts that work for nonprofits, social entrepreneurs, international developers, environmental scientists, and more! Throughout the fellowship, […]

QAS students embark on service project

Posted by Steve Hall on October 20

Queen Of All Saints School students live the Corporal Work of Mercy. Our students are embarking on a 5-week service activity collecting coins for a non-profit organization called H2O for Life. We are raising funds to support the implementation of a water, sanitation, and hygiene education project for St. Teresa Emakhwale Primary School in Kenya. […]

Minute To Win It

Posted by Steve Hall on October 28

Pinecrest Academy is a second-year charter school in Northern Nevada. As we read “A Long Walk to Water” with our students, we wanted to incorporate a service-learning project. Our 5th-grade students are helping to drive our fundraiser as they learn valuable skills along with the knowledge that they have the power to change the world. […]

Female latrines completed

Posted by Steve Hall on November 2

From our implementing partner in Uganda, Drink Local Drink Tap (DLDT): We are pleased to send this update on the Mitalamaria Islamic Primary School female latrine and safe bathing area. We truly value our partnership with H2O for Life and look forward to continuing our work together. Before: The sanitation situation for the students was […]

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