Water Blogged

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Goshen Primary School Water Catchment Tank

Posted by Steve Hall on May 25, 2016

It is with pleasure that we share with you news and photographs of the Ugandan Water Project at Goshen. This project has provided clean, safe water to Goshen Primary School in Luwero, Uganda (map coordinates at 0.81565, 32.54313). Daniel Morgan Middle School in VA helped fund this project which has provided an invaluable resource and […]

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Kare 11 Meteorologist Belinda Jensen visits Matoska

Posted by Patty Hall on April 26, 2016

How did you celebrate Earth Day? Matoska IB International School, White Bear Lake, MN, invited local Kare 11 Meteorologist Belinda Jensen to talk about water and the weather and to visit classrooms to read books from her new series.   Ms. Jensen has recently written six children’s books, Bel the Weather Girl, for 2nd grade students […]

BRAVE Girls Walk for Water

Posted by Steve Hall on April 26, 2016

The BRAVE Girls held two Walk for Water events this month on Sunday April 10th and Saturday April 16th. One was held at UCONN in Storrs, CT and the other at Island Trees High School in Levittown, NY. BRAVE Girls Leadership Inc. is a nonprofit organization that strives to empower young people to be their […]

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Why is Service Learning Important in a STEM World?

Posted by Patty Hall on April 5, 2016

The job force needs prepared college graduates to fill (STEM) jobs, and candidates’ communication, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills they learned in the humanities are more vital than ever. Humanities in a STEM World John Engler, president of The Business Roundtable and former governor of Michigan, recently wrote an article for U.S. News and World Report […]

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US Water Infrastructure

Posted by Patty Hall on March 9, 2016

The work that H2O for Life and our NGO partners have been doing for WASH in Schools around the world gave Peter Gleick of the Pacific Institute his idea to focus on getting good (non-lead) water to Flint SCHOOLS and possibly other US schools, as a way of initially addressing a sprawling problem caused by […]