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Westridge Girls School H2O for Life trip to Kenya!

Posted by Patty Hall on April 13

On March 17th, our H2O for Life trip to Kenya started with long flights from Los Angeles, California for the Westridge Girls School and their teachers, Gigi Bizar and John Cross; and a flight from Minnesota for H2O for Life founder, Patty Hall.  We met in Amsterdam for our final flight to Nairobi. We were […]

Visit to Kathungu Village, Kenya

Posted by Patty Hall on April 12

Westridge School For Girls Kenya Trip 2018 We were up early today for a 7am breakfast.  Our luggage was loaded and we headed to Kathungu Village.  Kathungu Village is the location of the first H2O for Life project.  Founder, Patty Hall, was asked by a community member to assist the community to fund a sand […]

All about Kyeshero Secondary & Vocational School, Uganda

Posted by Steve Hall on April 12

Our school was established in 2014 following the public demand for a secondary school, mainly considering the plight of the girl child who used to walk too long distances (20km to and from the nearby school) crossing River Munyaga, facing hardships including sexual abuse, starvation, walking under rain and many hazards.  (It is historically known […]

All about Ruhija School, Uganda

Posted by Steve Hall on April 10

ALL ABOUT RUHIJA COMMUNITY ORPHANS & NEEDY CHILDREN’S NURSERY AND PRIMARY SCHOOL Our school started in 2012 with 47 pupils. It started with a nursery section (baby class, middle class and top class). Pupils used to learn under trees. From there school administrators began to construct grass thatched houses for pupils to study from. Currently, […]

Murushasha Water Catchment Tank a Success!

Posted by Steve Hall on April 10

Students at Murushasha Community Primary and Nursery School in Uganda are celebrating their new source of water and were thrilled to have received pen pal letters from students at The Joseph Sears School in IL. Thanks to The Joseph Sears School Student Advisory Board for supporting this project!

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