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Matoska Student Presentation Slide Show

Posted by Steve Hall on March 14

Callie and Brady, students at Matoska International School in White Bear Lake, recently presented to teachers and students at the National Youth Leadership Council conference in Minneapolis. They talked about how their involvement in H2O for Life has positively impacted their entire school. By the time they finished speaking, almost the entire room was in […]

Henry Sibley High School AVID Service Learning Project

Posted by Steve Hall on March 14

Henry Sibley High School AVID students (MN) show how important knowledge is as they kick-off their service with an incredible video to teach their community about the Global Water Crisis in South Sudan. After reading A Long Walk to Water the classroom participated in engaging discussions about the UN Sustainability Goals and the ripple effect […]

You Could Win up to $750 in the H2O for Life Photo Contest!

Posted by Nick Coughlin on March 1

Do you have a fantastic photo that you want to share from your H2O for Life project? We are giving away cash awards for your pictures! Please read the guidelines below. Submit your photos here. See official rules below. Prizes First place- $750 Second place- $500 Third place- $250 Contest Rules Please read these guidelines […]

New latrines for Hatillo Terrabona students

Posted by Steve Hall on March 1

Nicaragua is the second poorest country in the Western hemisphere. In a country where 37% of rural people have no safe drinking water (UNICEF) and 47% of the forest cover has disappeared over the last 50 years (UN Food and Agriculture Organization), these water, sanitation, and reforestation programs are a critical way to improve the […]

St. Christopher, NY supported well complete!

Posted by Steve Hall on February 27

Dear St. Christopher School, We are pleased to report that Water for South Sudan, Inc. has drilled the well that you sponsored.  We have now drilled over 300 wells since 2005—and yours was our 318th well. We are deeply grateful for the continued support of donors like you which enables our work. WFSS will continue […]

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