Ministry Updates

  • 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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  • Empathy

    What is empathy? Is it something we innately have or is it something that is learned? If you answered yes,…

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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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  • Our 2016 Annual Report

    In 2016, we installed 66 new clean water projects and served 167,000 people clean water on a daily basis. Get…

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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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  • 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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  • World Water Day 2017

    By Elise Kemp, Marketing and Development Intern Who knew that I, an ordinary college student, could become so passionate about…

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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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  • 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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  • World Water Day: March 22

    Even before I started at Healing Waters, World Water Day was such a unique concept to me. On one particular…

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