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What do a jazz ensemble and a water partnership have in common? Read on to learn how Director of Education Kendall Cox found inspiration in a Cuban jazz club.

At the partner conference in San Salvador, the El Salvador network team provided training and support for system operators and health educators - and learned from them as well. Read more to find out how this conference helped inform the future of Living Waters for the...

Daniela Vargas, who lives in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, recently translated for the first time for Living Waters for the World site visits and partner conference in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula. Here she shares with us her first impressions of the ministry and its i...

Kasey Potzler is a wonderful example of a volunteer making a difference for and with Living Waters for the World. Here, Director of Operations Jeff Wagner talks with Kasey about the many ways she volunteers her time and talents to help clean water flow in Honduras.

An LWW mission experience in El Salvador reminds volunteer Hardie Frankel that God really does provide for her and the people of Mediague, El Salvador daily.

In the mid 1990s, a cholera outbreak in the small village of Maya Balam in the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico took the lives of many people, among them the youngest son of Diego Salvador. 

So it was no surprise that he was overjoyed to welcome a Living Waters for the World...

We wrapped up our first Clean Water U training of 2017 and holding true to the past, this session was filled to the brim with passionate folks, coming together to serve God and God’s children.

One of the questions we ask students at Clean Water U is why they are called to bring clean water to others. LWW's Financial Administrator Carie Turner saw her "why" on a back porch in Tapiqulares, Honduras.

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