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Our students ‘Get it’ - Deborah Heid

Posted by Steve Hall on September 5

This fall marks the sixth year St. Joseph will have a Water Walk, and I honestly believe that our students are better people because of it.  Our job as a school is to teach our students to be responsible and productive adults. As Catholic Christians we are called to practice the Corporal Works of Mercy. […]

Sisters4Water Summer Campaign

Posted by Steve Hall on September 4

Sisters4Water are artists and activists devoted to changing the world, one potholder at a time. This is their TENTH year weaving potholders for water and human rights causes. All of their materials are donated, so every penny they make goes directly to H2O for Life. If you would like to support their efforts and/or purchase […]

Bajjabegonza rainwater collection system

Posted by Steve Hall on August 27

Thank you for bringing safe water! Bajjabegonza Mixed Day and Boarding Primary School is located in Masaka district in the Central region of Uganda. BEFORE The students had to travel 1.5 km to the nearest shallow well with a pump to meet the school’s water needs. In addition to the students, approximately 1500 people use […]

Safe water for ⁠Muwangi students

Posted by Steve Hall on August 27

Muwangi Muslim Primary School is located in Masaka district in the Central region of Uganda. BEFORE The students had to travel 1km to the nearest dam to meet the school’s water needs. In addition to the students, approximately 1500 people use the same water source for their daily water needs. Fetching water robs students of […]

Clean water at last

Posted by Steve Hall on August 26

The water at St. Michael’s Special Needs School used to be black, stinky and toxic. Not anymore. Our implementing partner, DigDeep, shared this great news! Brianna Tsosie had this to say, “I’m 14 years old and I’m a student at St. Michael’s Association for Special Education, the only special needs school on the Navajo Reservation […]

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