Our partners are true changemakers in their communities, so we are elated that we have been able to add on two new partners to make an even bigger impact in sub-Saharan Africa! We’re highlighting Beacon of Hope first, an organization that’s been addressing HIV and associated issues in Ongata Rongai, Kenya and surrounding areas for almost 20 years.
Each year, Blood:Water honors one of our active partners with the Blood:Water Leader of the Year award. Today, we are showcasing Geoffrey Kinaalwa, the Executive Director of Partners for Community Transformation (PaCT)! Geoffrey is a communicative, responsive and enthusiastic leader who strives for excellence and models a zeal for mission that ripples throughout every level of his organization.
Each year, Blood:Water honors one of our active partners with the Blood:Water Leader of the Year award. Today, we are showcasing Julius Mbeya, the Co-Chief Executive Officer of Lwala Community Alliance (LWALA)! The best way to describe Julius is as a “leader of leaders.” While this is always true, in 2020 this characteristic really shone.
We are so excited to announce a special opportunity for you to step further into our mission and make an even greater difference than you already have, now on a monthly basis! The work our partners do…
Sub-Saharan Africa contains nearly 50% of the global burden of the water crisis, and a number of factors contribute to the lack of clean water for the millions of people living in this region. Read on to…
Each year, Blood:Water honors one of our active partners with the Blood:Water Leader of the Year award. Today, we are showcasing Hermella Woldehana, the Executive Director of Drop of Water (DoW)! Hermella holds the highest standards for herself and those she works with, and Blood:Water is honored to be a part of her fearless journey.
2020 tested and tried us all in ways we couldn’t have imagined. And while most of the world was experiencing a global health crisis for the first time, our partners were not. The reality is that they spend most of their days addressing the world’s greatest health challenges experienced from lack of clean water or the effects of HIV/AIDS. When the time came for them to rise to this new challenge, there was no wavering, only action. And from what we have seen, their efforts are working.
Veronica Allan lives in Chifenthe, close enough to the new ECD center to fully feel the effects of its resources. There she can access the new VIP latrine where her fellow students, teachers, and caregivers can access a safe sanitation facility.