Author archive for Guest

  • Catching the Vision

    by Susannah McQuitty, 1040.com “What we’re doing this week is not necessarily ’missions‘ work. This is a Vision Trip.” No…

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  • Children and Their Learning Environment

    This article touches on an issue that is near to our hearts. Read what the Huffington Post has to say…

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  • Walter’s Legacy

    The tragic story of Walter inspired such sacrificial love through the couple featured in this video. The Mineras have challenged…

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  • Water in the Minefield Village

    Meet Sarah Addy, founder of Session Japan, who is one of the most culturally aware women that we know. With…

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  • In the News: How to Ensure the SDGs Leave No One Behind

    When the new Sustainable Development Goals were launched in January, all of us at Healing Waters were pretty excited by the…

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  • Trading Water Jugs for Backpacks

    DID YOU KNOW THAT 443 MILLION DAYS OF SCHOOL ARE LOST EACH YEAR TO WATERBORNE ILLNESSES? OR THAT EVERY 90…

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  • In the News: UN’s Sustainable Goals in the Lives of Women

    We recently read an article illustrating how each of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals are relevant to the lives of…

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  • Healing the Water Supply

    Demand was launched by ASME to challenge current and future engineers–and the experts who support them–to invent and reinvent effective…

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  • A Life Changing Drought

    We recently read an article about a place near to our hearts. Guatemala is one of four Healing Waters staffed…

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  • Water is Life

    The community at El Almendro has a lot of obstacles to face in daily life, but according to Merce, founder…

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