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Through Their Eyes: COVID-19 Chronicles with Leonard Nguluma Maloloi


Thursday, December 3rd, 2020by Tom Murphy

Our team recently visited Kanthuni in Southeast Kenya to conduct COVID-19 prevention training and monitor their water point system: a sand dam and nearby shallow well. Shortly after, we returned to check in on the community, offer a COVID-19 refresher training, and ask how the pandemic affects their lives. During this most recent visit, Leonard […]

 

Through Their Eyes: COVID-19 Chronicles with Jane Musui


Friday, November 13th, 2020by Tom Murphy

Our team recently visited Kithoni Community in Southeast Kenya to conduct a COVID-19 prevention training and monitor their water point. Shortly after, we returned to check in on the community, offer a COVID-19 refresher training, and ask how the pandemic is affecting their lives. During this most recent visit, Jane Musui shared her story of […]

 

Through Their Eyes: COVID-19 Chronicles with Matthew Mulandi


Friday, October 16th, 2020by Tom Murphy

Our team recently visited the Kithumba community in Southeast Kenya to conduct a COVID-19 prevention training and monitor their well and dam. Shortly after, we returned to check in on the community, offer a COVID-19 refresher training, and ask how the pandemic affects their lives. During this most recent visit, Matthew Mulandi shared his story […]

 

A Longtime Friendship and Joint Commitment to Clean Water at Okang’a Spring


Friday, October 9th, 2020by Shannon Esrich

Our team recently visited Irumbi to conduct a COVID-19 prevention training and monitor their water point, Okang’a Spring. Shortly after, we returned to check in on the community, offer a COVID-19 refresher training, and ask how the pandemic is affecting their lives. During this most recent visit, we met up with Christopher Okang’a and Pius […]

 

Through Their Eyes: COVID-19 Chronicles with Sebastian Mumo


Friday, September 18th, 2020by Tom Murphy

Our team recently visited Ilinge Community to conduct a COVID-19 prevention training and monitor their water point. Shortly after, we returned to check in on the community, offer a COVID-19 refresher training, and ask how the pandemic is affecting their lives. It was during this most recent visit that Sebastian Mumo shared his story of […]

 

Through Their Eyes: COVID-19 Chronicles with Isabella Amagua


Friday, September 11th, 2020by Shannon Esrich

This post is part of a new series by The Water Project meant to highlight the perspectives and experiences of the people we serve and how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting them. We invite you to read more of their stories here. Our team recently visited Bukhaywa, Kenya to conduct a COVID-19 prevention training (read […]

 

Through Their Eyes: COVID-19 Chronicles with Edward Kimeu


Friday, September 4th, 2020by Tom Murphy

Our team recently visited Twone Mbee Muselele Community, Kenya to conduct a COVID-19 prevention training and monitor their water point. Shortly after, we returned to check in on the community, offer a COVID-19 refresher training, and ask how the pandemic is affecting their lives.

 

Through Their Eyes: COVID-19 Chronicles with Violet Kadenyi Nabwera


Friday, August 28th, 2020by Shannon Esrich

This post is part of a new series by The Water Project meant to highlight the perspectives and experiences of the people we serve and how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting them. We invite you to read more of their stories here. Violet Kadenyi Nabwera sees a lot of changes happening in her home due […]

 

Through Their Eyes: COVID-19 Chronicles with Anna Samuel


Friday, August 21st, 2020by Tom Murphy

This post is part of a series by The Water Project meant to highlight the perspectives and experiences of the people we serve and how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting them. We invite you to read more of their stories here. The last time we spoke with Anna Samuel was a year after her self-help […]

 

Through Their Eyes: COVID-19 Chronicles with Isabella Angwenyi


Friday, August 7th, 2020by Shannon Esrich

persevering /pərsəˈviriNG/ adjective – continuing in a course of action even in the face of difficulty, with little or no prospect of success, or despite a delay in achieving success – See also: Isabella Angwenyi Career. Family. Self-Owned Business. Community mobilizer. At 50-years-old, Isabella Angwenyi is a do-it-all force to be reckoned with in her […]