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  • Reflection from our Director of Field Operations & Lead Engineer

    We want to share with you a reflection from Walter Nonemaker, Director of Field Operations and Lead Engineer, on his…

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  • Lesson by Lesson

    In the community of Chiapas Solidario, a woman named Lesbia became a teacher in Healing Waters’ Health and Hygiene Program…

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  • Change for a Change

    Jennifer Wyffels a teacher of 12 years at Geneso High School, started teaching about the global water crisis four years…

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  • A Story of Hope and Impact

    In a small, remote community in Guatemala, twelve-year-old Theresa lives among her relatives and neighbors in Barrio Nevago, an indigenous…

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  • What We Can Learn from St. Patrick

    I used to really, genuinely dislike St. Patrick’s Day. I didn’t get it. We all have to wear green or…

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  • World Water Day

    According to the United Nations, “No other single intervention is more likely to have a significant impact on global poverty…

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  • The Bethlehem Narrative: Jesus Met the World Where They were

    Well, friends, ‘tis the season: the season of joy, the season of thankfulness, the season of love, the season of…

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  • Making Their Names Great: Merce

    Occasionally, you meet people who—without knowing it—completely change your perspective and help you reevaluate your purpose. This summer, I met…

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  • How You Can Impact Over 5,200 Women This Month

    One of my favorite conversations to have with you, our ministry partners, is how your support doesn’t just change people’s…

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  • Women’s Liberation through Water

    With the Fourth of July right around the corner, it’s hard not to feel deep gratitude for the freedoms we…

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