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Project news from Masiye Primary School, Malawi

Posted by Steve Hall on June 28

Masiye is a large primary school in rural Lilongwe in Malawi with more than 750 students and 2,400 community members. Freshwater Project International, in partnership with Procter & Gamble and H2O for Life, implemented a comprehensive Water, Sanitation and Hygiene program at the school. Before: The school had a rainwater harvesting system; however, the tank was […]

New well sponsored by The Haverford and Agnes Irwin Schools!

Posted by Steve Hall on June 28

We are pleased to report that Water for South Sudan, Inc. has drilled the well sponsored by The Haverford and Agnes Irwin Schools through H2O for Life. We have now drilled 304 wells since 2005 with a tremendous amount of support from you. We are deeply grateful for the continued support of donors like you […]

Salinas, Cataluña School, Nicaragua - New Well

Posted by Steve Hall on June 27

New well funded by students at Abington Senior High, PA

Southeast Polk Walks for Water!

Posted by Steve Hall on June 22

While learning about the world’s natural resources students in my class (Miss Stockton) learned that resources are not evenly distributed around the world. Students learned that there is a water crisis around the world and that less than 1% of the world’s fresh water is available to humans. After many discussions as well as research […]

Embankment Walk for Water

Posted by Steve Hall on June 21

Our curriculum is driven by the philosophy that children learn best by doing; hands-on experiences and activities help children internalize foundational skills and strategies for problem solving. Currently, our Second Grade and Third Grade are studying a unit on water. Through their studies they have learned about the challenges that children and families around the […]

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