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A Day Rich in Discussion and Learning

Because of the time difference, day two of the Partner Summit has already wrapped up! The day was rich in discussion. The focus of the day was peer learning and exchange, and each of our partners presented unique…


A Blood:Water Dream Come True

Today kicks off Blood:Water’s first-ever Partner Summit. All of our partners from Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, and Zambia are currently gathered together with our Africa Partnerships team for a week of collaborative learning. We know that Africa holds…


We Need You for Lasting Change

Last week, we told you about a big need in Zambia—a drill rig to help serve 180,000 people. There are other large scale needs, in addition to the drill rig. Here are some opportunities for you to get invested…


A Look Back at 2014

What a year. If you’re like me, you’re still wondering where fall went. Wasn’t it just August? Regardless, we’d like to take a minute to look back at some of the highlights of the year. Save a Drink,…


When Sustainability Doesn’t Measure Up

Maybe sustainability isn’t the ultimate goal. I know you’re wondering what aliens have taken over my body, but just as a thought experiment, consider for a moment: who actually is sustainable, really? And usually what we conjure up…


Real Innovation

Technology won’t solve the global water crisis. But it is a vital piece of the solution. An appropriate technology is one that balances the tension between providing enough water, that’s safe to drink, where it’s needed, at a…


More than just a drop in the bucket

Some days, I’m overwhelmed. Africa just seems so far away. The faces of those I’ve met are clouded by the to-do lists and the often-urgent demands of the day. It’s hard to know where to begin. It’s hard…


How Violence Plagues the Poor

“The locusts of everyday violence have been allowed to swarm unabated in the developing world. And they are laying waste to the hope of the poor.”-Gary A. Haugen and Victor Boutros in their new book, The Locust Effect…


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