Stories and News     from Living Waters for the World

Guatemalan communities are protecting the health of their citizens with clean water and hand-washing instruction. Read on to hear how two communities have been empowered to serve in times like this.

In this poem, Rev. Todd Jenkins expresses our sense of loss and longing created by the pandemic. He says...Dust to dust —  or maybe germ to germ —  we trust you’ll hold  our pain in your strong  but tender palm.  And one day — sooner,  rather than later, pleas...

Living Waters for the World teams have taught proper hand washing for years. Read on for uplifting news about how one Mexican community is deploying these lessons in the face of COVID-19.

Living Waters for the World water partners are going above and beyond to save lives during the coronavirus pandemic. Read on for the story of a Honduran partner that is using profits from their water sales to buy food and necessities for struggling families.

Director of Operations Jeff Wagner offers his insight into how the pandemic is affecting LWW partners around the world. Read on for his report on how they are staying safe and keeping clean water flowing for their communities.

Before governments began restricting travel, water partners in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula were able to gather for training. Read on to hear how this experience reinforced one volunteer's notion that Living Waters for the World is about people not water.