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Ebola Update: Well Rehab in Glee TownLiberia Ebola Well Rehabilitation Africa Field Notes

Ebola Update: Well Rehab in Glee Town

In Glee Town, Liberia, a broken down well left open to debris also left the village’s 70 families vulnerable to waterborne disease and Ebola—but our staff restored it! Now empowered with life-saving sanitation and hygiene lessons, the residents of Glee Town like David Jogbu have truth and hope, ready to stand strong against Ebola!

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Pastor Moses, From Cult to Clean WaterZimbabwe Overspill Moses Cult White Garment Church EFZ Africa Field Notes

Pastor Moses, From Cult to Clean Water

Pastor Moses Chinyama was raised in a cult, a devoted disciple. When he finally escaped its clutches and became a believer, he felt called to

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Behind the Scenes: ZimbabweBehind the Scenes Zimbabwe EFZ Overspill Pastors Africa Field Notes

Behind the Scenes: Zimbabwe

In January, a handful of Living Water International's communications team visited Zimbabwe to capture stories of our transformative partnerships with local churches. Here’s a behind-the-scenes view of our campaign, One Body One Spirit!

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Clean Water Ministers to Zimbabwe’s OrphansZimbabwe orphan EFZ Overspill Africa Field Notes

Clean Water Ministers to Zimbabwe’s Orphans

In Overspill, Zimbabwe, clean water amplifies the ways Pastor Joshua’s church already ministers to its community—like taking care of 50 orphans. When Living Water International drilled a borehole at Joshua’s church last year, clean water became one less thing his congregation had to worry about providing them. Read more to meet an orphan your support has healed.

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Ebola Update: Sanitation Facility in ProgressEbola africa Sierra Leone Staff Africa Field Notes

Ebola Update: Sanitation Facility in Progress

In addition to clean water, proper hygiene and sanitation are critical in the fight against Ebola.

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