We work directly in rural, underserved communities that lack clean, safe drinking water. We install sustainable water filters and latrines in homes and schools, and provide hygiene education to entire communities.
We follow every project with extensive monitoring to ensure that best practices are followed, and constantly look for ways to improve our programs.
Tue, August 19, 2014By: Alice Urban
Eleven years ago today, 22 aid workers were killed in a bombing at the United Nations headquarters in Baghdad. World Humanitarian Day, celebrated each year on Aug. 19, commemorates all people who have lost their lives in humanitarian service…
Thu, August 14, 2014By: Katie Reed
On the 4th of July, Michael and I were missing all things American – hamburgers, apple pie, fireworks, etc. The team remedied this problem with a pork cookout in the office…