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Camp Kampa Masklaces

Posted by Steve Hall on November 30, 2020

Hi! This is Lucy and Claire! We are raising money for H2O for Life to provide clean water to families in Navajo Nation who are without clean water in the middle of a pandemic. We are selling masklaces for a donation of $10. When we made the decision to homeschool, none of us realized just […]

Twesigye Jackson Kaguri says thanks!

Posted by Steve Hall on November 16, 2020

Nyaka works with communities to nurture and protect vulnerable children so they can learn, grow and thrive. As part of this mission, they provide free education to children who have lost one or both parents to HIV/AIDS. Students receive a high-quality education, nutritious meals, uniforms, books, medical care and school supplies. There are currently 780 […]

Getting Started with Service-Learning: A webinar invitation from H2O for Life

Posted by Nick Coughlin on November 16, 2020

Tuesday, December 8th @ 4:00 EST Thursday, December 10th @ 6:00 EST Join us for an invigorating 30-minute webinar to learn more about the service-learning opportunities waiting for you and your students through H2O for Life. In this session, you will: Discover the free lesson plans across disciplines & grade levels Learn how to pick […]

Dricile borehole drilled

Posted by Steve Hall on November 12, 2020

Dricile Primary School is located in Koboko, Uganda in an area called West Nile, which is near the border of the Congo (DRC). The school has 884 students in total – 478 boys and 406 girls. Dricile School previously had no source of water which meant students were forced to fetch unsafe water multiple times […]

WASH for Francisco Morazán

Posted by Steve Hall on November 5, 2020

El Tablazo is a small community located in the Trojes region of Honduras. There are 23 families, with 108 residents in total. This community is located about an hour from the Coco River (previously called the Segovia River), which divides Honduras from Nicaragua. The river is mostly used to transport commercial goods from La Mosquitía, […]

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