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Makwema project a success

Posted by Steve Hall on June 13

Makwema School is located in Lukani village approximately 65 kilometers from Iringa, Tanzania. The school has a total of 340 students from form one to form four and has 25 staff/teachers. Makwema is a boarding school in which students, staff and their families are living around the school compound. The borehole well recently installed at […]

Ikuvilo well drilled

Posted by Steve Hall on June 13

Ikuvilo Primary School is located in Ikuvilo village, approximately 25 kilometers from Iringa, Tanzania. There are 549 students ranging from pre-primary to standard 7 who are educated by 8 teachers/staff members. BEFORE: The school faced a big challenge in accessing safe and clean water. Students were using water from an old well in the village, […]

Huruma project a success

Posted by Steve Hall on June 13

Huruma Centre is part of the Iringa Diocese Charity Center for vulnerable children. Huruma is a children’s home in Iringa, Tanzania which provides a safe home, nutrition, and education for children who have no family or others to care for them. Huruma has a total of 66 children who live at the centre. There are […]

Otter Lake Walk for Water

Posted by Steve Hall on June 9

Otter Lake Elementary in White Bear Lake, MN held their Walk for Water last week! “We want our students to know that by working together, we can make a difference in the world! We hope that all students in our school will benefit from our partnership with H2O for Life. Students will be challenged to […]

Salem Hills Walk for Water

Posted by Steve Hall on June 1

Salem Hills Elementary School in MN is dedicated to providing clean water to the world population one step at a time. “We believe in a world where access to clean water is a possibility for everyone, and we hope to achieve that through education and annual, student-driven, fundraisers. We hope to make clean water a […]

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