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Water is Life. Wash your hands.

Wash your hands has been the mantra from the start of the pandemic. But what happens when washing your hands isn’t as easy as turning on the faucet and lathering up, or as sim... Wash your hands has been the mantra from the start of the pandemic. But what happens when washing yo...

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Covid Can't stop GOOD. It just can't.

It’s true. And when we all seek comfort and community, goodness and good news stories are just what we need. We are so pleased to be the recipients of just such goodness... It’s true. And when we all seek comfort and community, goodness and good news stories are just...

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Women, Water, and Climate

Host to both International Women’s Day and World Water Day, it is fitting that the month of March also saw 400 women in Water Management trained to implement new activit... Host to both International Women’s Day and World Water Day, it is fitting that the month of Ma...

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Not your Typical World Water Day

Typically, this is a day to gather, to meet face-to-face, to raise awareness through Water Walks and to join conversations about water and sanitation and the issues surroundin... Typically, this is a day to gather, to meet face-to-face, to raise awareness through Water Walks and...

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Community for the Holidays

Back in 2017, in Las Liras, Nicaragua, we follow young Yubelkis down to the river. She points out the small hole that has been dug on its bank. She reaches in and pulls out so... Back in 2017, in Las Liras, Nicaragua, we follow young Yubelkis down to the river. She points out th...

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Gravity with Gravitas

In Pellizco Central, the water committee is learning to use tablets to communicate with their municipal government, to track water usage in their community, and to continue th... In Pellizco Central, the water committee is learning to use tablets to communicate with their munici...

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The Littlest Philanthropists

Second graders at Bearspaw School spent a week in March learning about water scarcity and took to the streets to raise awareness.  And by streets, I mean the schoolyard where ... Second graders at Bearspaw School spent a week in March learning about water scarcity and took to th...

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Backhoes and Buttonholes

Backhoes and Buttonholes Teresa Chavaria can talk integlligently on both of these topics. I like her already. As a member of the Water Committee in El Hatillo, she knows more ... Backhoes and Buttonholes Teresa Chavaria can talk integlligently on both of these topics. I like her...

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World Water Day means the World to these Women!

Well drilling combined with the distribution of technology and the dissemination of training through the Technology for Sustainable Resource Governance phase of the Nicaragua ... Well drilling combined with the distribution of technology and the dissemination of training through...

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World Water Day 2019: Leaving No one Behind

The Technology for Sustainable Water Resource Governance project is working towards the World Water Day 2019 goal of Leaving No one Behind. Here, three women involved in and i... The Technology for Sustainable Water Resource Governance project is working towards the World Water ...

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