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Nakifuma Project Complete

Posted by Steve Hall on September 22

The new rainwater collection system at Nakifuma Church of Uganda Primary School has been successfully completed! Our implementing partner, Ugandan Water Project, erected a 10,000-liter polyethylene tank on a base made of brick, hardcore, and cement. Once cured, the crew placed the tank on the base, made an overflow hole in the top of the […]

Navajo Nation Water Delivery Project

Posted by Steve Hall on September 18

We are so grateful for DigDeep’s incredible support and continued partnership. It is our pleasure to share this update from our implementing partner, DigDeep, about the impact of their water delivery program, which received funding from H2O for Life during the 2022-23 school year! DIGDEEP’S NAVAJO WATER PROJECT DigDeep’s mission is to ensure that every […]

Kipsigor Project Complete

Posted by Steve Hall on September 18

We are excited to share that Kipsigor Primary School in Kenya now has access to a new, safe, clean water source thanks to the completion of their new borehole well! Students and staff are already using the well’s flowing water, which will provide them with a reliable source of water for all of their daily […]

Daystar Academy IB School is a Shining Example of H2O for Life Service Learning in Action!

Posted by Mitchell LeGrand on September 13

This spring, students at Daystar Academy IB School in Chicago had an incredibly successful Water Day at their school! In 9th and 10th grade Geography classes, students had been learning about the UN’s 17 SDGs. To extend their learning in their “Service as Action” class, the 9th and 10th grade students were challenged to create […]

Toilets and Handwashing

Posted by Steve Hall on September 13

The new toilets and handwashing station at Yaro School in Nicaragua have been successfully completed! We believe all people deserve clean water, safe sanitation, and the knowledge to sustain it for future generations. Our implementing partner, El Porvenir, partners with the people of Nicaragua so that they can build a better future for themselves through […]

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