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A snapshot of water in Africa

A snapshot of water in Africa

Several years ago, the United Nations released an overwhelming statistic: women in Africa spend 40 billion hours a year collecting water. Yes, I said billion. That’s equivalent to the amount of time the population of France spends at their jobs every year. It’s no...

Fighting Childhood Deaths With Water

In the developing world, a child’s most critical years are from 0-5. This is the age where children are most vulnerable to sickness and disease. In fact, the majority of deaths in children under 5 are a result of preventable diseases. Today, sub-Saharan Africa leads...

Mari Audeli | A Rescue Story

Elsa was 16 years old and utterly destitute when she discovered she was going to have a baby. It was the last thing on earth she felt prepared to do. She wondered whether her emaciated, feeble body could even withstand the pregnancy. A gripping fear began to come over...

clean water lifts community from tragedy

Before I knew what was happening, it was too late. Eighteen-year-old Flavia looks down at the ground, examining an army of ants marching by, forming her words carefully in attempt to steady her shaking voice. Like millions of young people around the world, Flavia has...
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