What do you do when a global pandemic hits and suddenly all plans are canceled and you can no longer travel inside your country to visit the Operating Partners entrusted to your care? Read on to see how thinking outside the box worked for the Guatemala network.
Ongoing health education increases the impact a water partnership can have long-term. A struggle we've all faced is how to keep health education going. Read on to see what In-Country Coordinator Yobeth Hebbert shares on how to maximize health within a community.
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.
After a water system is installed, it is up to the system operators to keep it running and serve the community. In this story, Joanie Lukins introduces us to Ignacio Ramon Vazquez Colli from Lerma, Yucatan, Mexico. Read on for more about Ignacio and his fifteen years...
Often the friendships formed during the installation of a water system are as memorable as the first gallons of clean water. Read on for the story of a Mississippi water team that found lifelong friends in the community of Nueva Paz, Cuba.
Iglesia Principe de Paz in Pich, Mexico recently updated their thirteen-year-old LWW water purification system to keep their water ministry thriving for years to come. Read on to learn more about how this church serves its community faithfully.
Living Waters for the World gives thanks for fathers around the world who are a shining example of God's love. Here, Alex Rodas, In-country Technician for the Honduras Network, reflects on the powerful example set by his father.