Field Stories

  • Stories from Santo Domingo: Digging the Miles

    Every time I visit a new developing water project, I grow increasingly excited about the miraculous transformations that are taking…

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  • Stories from Santo Domingo: When the Power Goes Out

    Power outages and lack of running water are a part of life in Santo Domingo, which is more developed compared…

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  • Stories From Santo Domingo: Getting Settled

    Written by Megan Anthony from the field in The Dominican Republic Giving back to the community around me, and reaching…

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  • 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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  • Ni Muertos!

    In Mexico, there is generally high coverage of water access across the country, but most people doubt the quality of…

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  • The Community That Isn’t On a Map

    “How do you select where you’re going to put a clean water project?” I got this question the other day…

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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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  • Saying Yes

    By Jessie Matteson, Owner of Jessie Nichole Photography  Sometimes I get overwhelmed with the opportunities that have landed in my lap.…

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  • What Can You Do With One Billion Liters of Clean Water?

    What can you do with one billion liters of clean, safe water? That’s how many liters you, the supporters, donors,…

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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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