As we work to provide water, we're committed to helping people like you meet your global neighbors and to realize that we all share the same basic needs. We hope to break down stereotypes and the false distinctions between the so-called winners and losers, rich and poor, the needy and charitable, by introducing you to the people we serve with the respect and admiration they rightfully deserve.

These are stories of hope, told in the words of those who carry out this work every day - our friends in the field.




See the Impact of Clean Water - A Year Later: Less Sickness, More Time!

A Year Later: Less Sickness, More Time!

"We used to get water from home, and we'd fetch after school. This used to consume a lot of my homework time. Water is now available for drinking, handwashing, and the waterborne diseases have [been] reduced. We are planning to start an agriculture project in our class." ...

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A Year Later: "Life is Simple and Relaxing"

"Before the construction of this project, we used to walk for very long distances to the water points. We also had to dig very deep scoopholes to get water for use. The water table was very low, and it was very strenuous to get water. Water scarcity was a great challenge here.   Now, with this water project, life is simple and relaxi...

See the Impact of Clean Water - A Year Later: Kavyuni Salvation Army Primary School

A Year Later: Kavyuni Salvation Army Primary School

“Before the construction of this water tank, we used to carry jerrycans of water to school every day for cleaning the classrooms, latrines ...

See the Impact of Clean Water - A Year Later: Malinda Secondary School Academic Performance Improved!

A Year Later: Malinda Secondary School Academic Performance Improved!

When asked what life at Malinda Secondary School was like before their rainwater catchment tank existed, teacher Lincye Vuguza, 34, said, "Our students used to look for water from different sources just to have something which was not safe. We are now sure of our water. I can take it without fear because I know the source. Also, students are now p...

See the Impact of Clean Water - Nzimba Community

Nzimba Community

Before the sand dam and hand-dug well (dubbed Kasilu Well) in Nzimba community were installed, sixteen-year-old Kioko had a lot less free time. "We'd spend a lot of time in search of water," Kioko said, "but now we spend only a few minutes to acquire it." He was proud to mention that his personal hygiene has improved since the installation of the ...