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Living Waters for the World water teams have formed 1,000 water partnerships! Read on for more about the event held during Clean Water U to celebrate this amazing milestone.

Ten years ago, Bill Mendenhall accepted an invitation to join friends on a mission trip to Haiti. Read on to learn how that trip changed Bill's life and inspired a lasting commitment to water partnerships in Haiti.

Jude Remarais had to drop out of school in the 10th grade when his parents could no longer afford his tuition. But that wasn't the end of Jude's schooling! Read on for more about how Jude turned clean water into a college education.

Even while working a full-time career and pursuing a master's degree, Tamara Hayden carves out time to help lead her church's water ministry in Haiti. Read on to find out about the experiences that have inspired her commitment.

God has a way of bringing people together in unexpected places and at unexpected times. Read on for a story on how God has been working in and through a Pennsylvania church and its Haitian partners.

Water partners in Haiti recently gathered for a partner conference focused on "sustainability for a generation." Read on to hear how the partners challenged and encouraged each other to improve operations and increase their impact.

Kathy and Jerry Vaughan are monthly donors that serve Living Waters for the World in many important volunteer roles. By supporting LWW financially, inviting others to get involved, or sharing clean water with new communities, Kathy and Jerry are helping clean water fl...

Hurricane Matthew severely damaged a large portion of Haiti in October 2016. Thanks to an outpouring of support, clean water again flows for most of those affected communities.

Seven years ago Memorial United Methodist Church in Elizabethtown, Ky., began an LWW water ministry that has since produced 1,000,000 of clean water for Haitians.

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