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The Power of a Story

Posted by Steve Hall on December 22, 2022

Dakota Wesleyan Education Students enrolled in Children’s Literature have been learning about culturally inclusive literature and the power of a single story. These future teachers recently participated in a book club with LBW fifth graders. The novel they read was A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park, a dual narrative of two children living at […]

AWP 2022 in Review

Posted by Steve Hall on December 19, 2022

In 2022, our implementing partner, DigDeep’s, Appalachia Water Project (AWP) completed its first piped water project while also expanding in both scope and scale. The DigDeep team connected homes to water and sewage lines and began innovating off-grid solutions for remote households so that no family is left behind. “I’m so happy that water’s turned […]

Lincoln Elementary, IA

Posted by Steve Hall on December 14, 2022

From Lincoln Elementary School, Iowa City, IA: This year Lincoln students, teachers, and families will be “Stepping Up Together” to help those in need of clean water. October will be the Kick-Off for a year-long project to raise awareness about water scarcity and helping others who are less fortunate. “As part of our All-School Project, […]

Norvisi Project Complete

Posted by Steve Hall on December 14, 2022

Abutia Norvisi is a rural community located in the Volta region of Ghana. The population of Abutia Norvisi, according to the 2020 Ghana Statistical Authority, is 9,707. The major economic activity in the community is subsistent farming and hunting. The people are friendly and accommodating. BEFORE: The school’s borehole well has been broken for years, […]

Ukraine Relief Effort

Posted by Steve Hall on December 13, 2022

In March 2022, Wine To Water, our implementing partner, pledged to distribute 12,500 water filters for the people impacted by the crisis in Ukraine. We are excited to announce that we reached our first goal, and now 157,000+ people in Ukraine have safe drinking water. But that wasn’t all – since early Autumn, we’ve sent […]

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