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Safe Water for Tanzanian School

Posted by Steve Hall on July 17

Madege Secondary School is located in Idete Lukosi village within the Kilolo district of the Iringa region. The school has 668 students from form one through form four and 20 staff members. The school faced a big challenge of finding safe and clean water on a daily basis. Students used polluted water from unsafe sources, […]

Our Walk to Make a Difference

Posted by Steve Hall on July 16

We’re Sydney Peterson and Isabel Birkeland and we’re sophomores at the University of Minnesota. We have long been inspired by H2O for Life who work to activate youth around the U.S. to help fight the global water crisis. We heard about H2O for Life five years ago when we were babysitting. The kids were telling […]

Kathungu latrine project complete

Posted by Steve Hall on July 16

Kathungu Primary School is a public day and boarding School which is found in Makueni County of the Republic of Kenya. This school was started in 1974 with grass thatched classrooms. Today there are 247 boys and 242 girls. The school has 10 streams which are managed by the 16 teachers with leadership from Mr. […]

A Letter of Gratitude

Posted by Danielle Kruger on July 10

There are so many things that we want to thank you for. First off thank you for showing up each and every day committed to loving, encouraging, and inspiring your students. Thank you for giving up your weeknights to grade, prep, and communicate with parents. Thank you for waking up early to be sure the […]

New Latrines/Handwashing Station for Carbonal Students

Posted by Steve Hall on July 3

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 […]

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