Clean Water U: Bicycles, Training Wheels, and WD-40
What do bikes, training wheels, and WD-40 have to do with Clean Water U and water partnerships? Read on to see why we must keep peddling.
The Best Kept Secrets of Work Week
Clean Water U work week isn't always about the work. Read on to hear from Kendall Cox on her thoughts about the recent work week.
Why I Volunteer: Health and Clean Water
Rick Lee, Clean Water U instructor, shares how the faith of a community got him hooked with LWW. Read on to see why he continues to serve.
Changing, Growing, and Learning Together: Guatemala Network Goes Virtual
The Guatemala Network staff hosted their first-ever Virtual Partners Conference. Read on to see how they made it a success.
Eating an Elephant
Clean Water U instructors have now successfully held two virtual sessions. Read on to hear how Joanie Lukins felt about that transformation.
What does it look like to do a training in 2020? Could Clean Water U be done virtually and would it have the same solid foundation that we s
Education Update: The Multiplying Effect and Lifelong Learning
LWW's Director of Education, Kendall Cox, describes how one volunteer can impact an entire community. Read more to find out how Clean W
The Making of a Delicious Stew: Lessons from Ghana
Director of Education Kendall Cox traveled with a team of Clean Water U (CWU) instructors to Ghana this September. While there, they traine
Being a Part of the Mission: Pierce Buford
Long-time Living Waters for the World volunteer Pierce Buford was the "face" of LWW both at Clean Water U and various conferences
Honoring a Friend's Memory with Clean Water
Under ordinary circumstances, Janet James would have let the loss of her dear friend end their long-held dream of joining a Living Waters fo