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Clean water projects around the world don’t always have the most appealing success rates. The numbers vary but USAID has stated the number can be as high as 50%—meaning only half of the water projects around the world stay in operation after 5 years. There are so many factors that can play into the closure…

With over a dozen completed projects in the Dominican Republic, our strategic partnership with Food for the Hungry is an essential part to bringing clean water to the Dominican people in the name of Jesus. Food for the Hungry upholds a holistic approach that is very similar to the one that is part of the core…

By Karlee Mikkelson In June of 2016, I was introduced to the amazing work that Healing Waters does. I was being offered a freelance gig to film a project incredibly close to the hearts of the individuals behind Healing Waters. I was being offered my actual dream job just two weeks after graduating college. As much…

Every time I visit a new developing water project, I grow increasingly excited about the miraculous transformations that are taking place right in front of me. It seems like with each passing week, I have a new favorite story. This one, however, stands out above them all. Through our partnership with Food for The Hungry, two…