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Well drilled at Igunda

Posted by Steve Hall on June 19

The village of Beku-Igunda is located in Kilolo lower district along Iringa region- it is a sub-village of Nyanzwa village in Tanzania. Based on the need assessment which was conducted by our implementing partner, St. Paul Partners, it was found that the villagers were fetching water from river Ruaha which is more than five kilometers […]

New well for Tanzanian students

Posted by Steve Hall on June 18

Kilambo Primary School is located at Tagamenda Ward in the Iringa rural district. It’s about 27 km from the town of Iringa. The school has 770 students from preschool to standard seven and 12 staff members. There are currently 8 latrines for the students and 2 for the teachers. Before The school had no access […]

St. Theresa Catchment Tank

Posted by Steve Hall on June 17

St. Theresa Primary School is located the Mpigi District of Uganda. The students at St. Theresa used to have to walk to a shallow well with pump that serves a population of about 3,000 people in this community. The walk to the shallow well includes a steep slope, dense vegetation and can be dangerous for […]

Torture Your Teacher Day

Posted by Steve Hall on June 14

“Torture your Teacher” at Pine City Jr/Sr High, MN. Awful tasting jelly beans (like puke and spoiled milk), a cheese ball toss at shaving cream covered heads and the choose an egg game – raw or hard boiled? The Grand finale – shaving the head of one “lucky” teacher! Good sports for a great cause! […]

Is local service a gateway to global citizenship? Ask Emily Crossette.

Posted by Nick Coughlin on June 14

When Emily Crossette joined H2O for Life as an incoming high school student at Abington Senior High in Pennsylvania, it seemed like a cool thing to do. The advisor was energetic, the group was involved in a lot of activities, and the club offered the opportunity to meet area water conservation leaders. Crossette never dreamed […]

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