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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...
6 easy ways to teach your kids about World Water Day

6 easy ways to teach your kids about World Water Day

How often do your kids think about water? Maybe they get thirsty in the middle of the night … or excited when they play in the sprinkler on a hot day. For some kids, water can be the enemy at bath time and a friend at the neighbor’s pool. But although your kids...
Water: from death to life

Water: from death to life

“And this was [John the Baptist’s] message: ‘After me comes the one more powerful than I, the straps of whose sandals I am not worthy to stoop down and untie. I baptize you with water, but he will baptize you with the Holy Spirit’” — Mark 1: 7-8, NIV. A symbol of new...

The World Goes Silent and Refugees Fight to Survive

Although the heartbreaking stories of Iraqi refugees are making fewer headlines around the world, reports of ISIS-led attacks on innocent men, women, and children are far from slowing down. Hundreds of thousands of displaced people continue to live a nightmare. Sadly,...

Clean Water Gives Children a Chance to Succeed

Sajina sat nervously as her teacher walked around the classroom collecting homework. When it was her turn to pass in the assignment, she hung her head and admitted she didn’t have it . . . again. For years, Sajina had missed assignments and been absent from school...
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