Empowering Leaders

  • Madre

    The following story was written by our Regional Health and Hygiene trainer in Chiapas, Mexico, following her stay in the…

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  • What I Learned in the DR and Haiti

    Last week, I got to travel with an awesome group of people and visit our clean water projects in the…

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  • It Take a Village: CU WASH Symposium

    For the past few years, the University of Colorado has hosted a WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) Symposium at their…

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  • Partners, New and Old

    When I have the opportunity to travel to the field, I get excited about seeing new installations and meeting with people…

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  • The Work Will Not Stop

    The Eglise de Dieu en Christ de la nouvelle Alliance church of 400 people located in Tabarre, Haiti has been…

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  • Who Cares?

    Who cares if young girls are being sold by their parents and violently trafficked by evil captors? Who cares if…

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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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  • The Importance of Health & Hygiene

    Every year water-related diseases affect more than 1.5 billion people (WHO & UNICEF JMP 2015). While access to clean water…

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  • She is Clothed in Strength & Dignity

    CAREGIVERS. CHANGE MAKERS. NURTURERS. TEACHERS.  At Healing Waters we believe one of God’s greatest gifts is mothers. We know they…

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  • Based on a True Story

    Let’s say you show up in Sierra Leone and meet Joseph, a hard-working kid who just graduated high school with…

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