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World Water Day: One Life at a Time

Last World Water Day, 748 million people were still living without clean water. Today, exactly one year later, we celebrate knowing that number has decreased by 85 million.  Read that number again: 85 million people . . . People who finally have access to safe...

Water Can Lift the Burden of Despair

More than 10 percent of the Guatemalan population still lives without improved water sources today. In fact, it’s common for rural villages to collect their daily supply of water from the nearest river. Yet these natural sources are also breeding grounds for...

Clean Water is Well Worth It

Nearly 1 million people die every year from waterborne diseases, such as typhoid, cholera, and diarrhea. The cause: Nearly one in ten people still lack access to safe drinking water. Think of all the violence and war in our world today. Thousands of innocent lives are...

Sponsorship Brings Hope to Kirinda

In a country where nearly 75 percent of the people live on less than $2 (U.S.) per day, the people of Kirinda, Uganda are surviving amid extreme poverty. Within this village, it is commonplace to lack basic necessities, such as clean water and educational...

Go Deeper | New Video

World Water Day is here! Our fight to end the global water crisis never stops or slows, but today is special for a reason: For the next 24 hours, water will be pushed into the international spotlight more than any other day of the year . . . That’s why today, we’re...
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