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How Do Developing Countries Get Clean Water?

Access to clean water promotes health and life, and no one can live without it. Water is essential to life, and all people should have access to safe, clean, and affordable water, no matter where they are and no matter who they are. It’s a human right. Yet, UNICEF reports that our world still has 2.2…

Clean Water Projects for Students

Clean Water Projects for Students

Did you know that Monday, March 22, 2021, is World Water Day? In 1993, the United Nations established every March 22 as World Water Day to help raise awareness of the 2.2 billion people living without access to safe water. That means 1 in every 3 people lacks access to the safe water they need…

What Is a Water Nonprofit?

What Is a Water Nonprofit?

An ad pops up on your social media account for a water-centered nonprofit organization, and you might wonder, “Why? What is the big deal about water, and why is there a need to raise money surrounding it? After all, water is everywhere.”  But water isn’t readily available to people living in impoverished companies. That can be…

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Ways To Provide Clean Water

Clean water is a human right. So how is it that, according to UNICEF, 2.2 billion people worldwide still don’t have access to safe drinking water, causing a newborn to die every minute and a child under five to die every 12 seconds? To give perspective to 2.2 billion people, consider that there are currently 7.8…

Health & Hygiene Training for Developing Countries

Health & Hygiene Training for Developing Countries

Proper health and hygiene practices can save lives, especially in developing countries where impoverished children are most at-risk. Diarrheal infection is the leading cause of children under the age of five. Every day, 2,195 children lose their lives to diarrhea, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). That’s more than AIDS, malaria,…

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Water & Wellness in Mexico

Living in poverty is discouraging, but even more difficult when you have a sick child. Rogelia is a single mother of four in Oaxaca, Mexico. One of her daughters, Jolet, suffers from a chronic medical condition and will need medication all her life. Jolet was born with congenital hypothyroidism, a severe thyroid condition that can impair neurological…

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Announcing: PMD Beauty’s Sponsorship of HWI’s Health & Hygiene Trainings Worldwide!

PMD Beauty knows that safe water and Health & Hygiene education is critical to keeping a vulnerable community healthy. We are honored to announce that PMD Beauty is partnering with Healing Waters to sponsor Health & Hygiene training around the world. In celebration of #WorldWaterDay, we are kicking off this strategic sponsorship by bringing safe water and health & hygiene education to…

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What Is the Solution to Water Scarcity in Africa?

Water scarcity in Africa is an ongoing crisis needing our attention. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), one of every three people is impacted by a lack of clean water in the African region. WHO adds that the problem is getting worse because the water supply can’t meet the demand of the region’s growing…

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How to Define Clean Water

Clean water is a human right. If we believe that’s true, how is it that one out of every three people worldwide is still unable to access clean water? Is there water that’s clean enough for some groups of people but not for others? And what exactly is “clean” water? We will examine the answers…