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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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Just Add Water. Just in time for Chirstmas.

It is neither jolly nor magical, but this Christmas-red drilling rig has been busily making a joyful noise in the communities of El Horcon and San Ramon in Nicaragua. Water sc... It is neither jolly nor magical, but this Christmas-red drilling rig has been busily making a joyful...

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More than Numbers on World Water Day

700 million people suffer from water scarcity. 2 billion people drink unsafe water every day. 443 million school days are lost annually due to water-related illnesses. 700 million people suffer from water scarcity. 2 billion people drink unsafe water every day. 443 mi...

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Local Schools Make an Impact

The combined support of eight Alberta Schools funded a water well in the community of Villa Alemania. We were recently on site to witness the drilling. The combined support of eight Alberta Schools funded a water well in the community of Villa Alemania...

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One Well at a Time - 2nd Annual Event

For the second year in a row, 100 members of the Lloydminster community rallied together at a gala event, One Well at a Time, to support Nekky Jamal’s Quench campaign. F... For the second year in a row, 100 members of the Lloydminster community rallied together at a gala e...

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Today's Thinkers. Tomorrow's Leaders.

We are encouraged by the new generation of future leaders who not only think about how they can boldly change the world, but are taking action. At 8 years old, Lida is already... We are encouraged by the new generation of future leaders who not only think about how they can bold...

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Enabling the Everyday

It is not every day that one returns to communities in Nicaragua to witness water flowing freely where previously there was none. It is not every day, but it is today. It is not every day that one returns to communities in Nicaragua to witness water flowing freely whe...

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Q & A with Candida Escalante

In 2003, we introduced the Change for Children community to Candida, a resident of Santa Teresa, Nicaragua and the leader of her community water committee. We recently caught ... In 2003, we introduced the Change for Children community to Candida, a resident of Santa Teresa, Nic...

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