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For Life in Nicaragua: Cordelia Moralesnicaragua Summer Campaign El Danto O&M Pilot Sustainability Maintenance Americas General

Cordelia Morales lives in El Danto, a Nicaraguan community in Somatillo. Their open well with a rope pump was always broken, and when it didn’t work, they suffered. That's how Living Water International met Cordelia. She told us about their broken well, and we replaced the pump. But the work didn’t stop there. We began to visit again.

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For Life in Nicaragua: Isidra Navas nicaragua Summer Campaign El Danto O&M Pilot Sustainability Maintenance Americas General

For Life in Nicaragua: Isidra Navas

Isidra lives in El Danto, a Nicaraguan community where Living Water International works to help equip locals to maintain their own well. Ownership changes everything. Read Isidra's story.

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For Life in Nicaragua: Maria Davilanicaragua Summer Campaign El Danto O&M Pilot Sustainability Maintenance Americas General

For Life in Nicaragua: Maria Davila

Jesus is the heart of our work in Nicaragua. Maria Davila lives in El Danto, a Nicaraguan community where Living Water International works to empower locals to maintain their own well. Water opens the door to the gospel. Read Maria's story.

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Advent: The Greater GiftAdvent Conspiracy Peru Americas General

Our brother Tommy Head has saved a lot of lives among the Candoshi people in the Peruvian Amazon. But when people in Candoshi villages remember him, they don’t remember water wells. They remember the love Tommy had for them, and the Savior who inspired it.

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Give Clean Water, Empower Local WomenInternational Women's Day General

Give Clean Water, Empower Local Women

The strain of walking long distances for water often falls squarely on the shoulders of women. Surveys from 45 developing countries show that in the majority of households, women and children bear the primary responsibility for collecting water, hauling it an average of six kilometers a day. As we celebrate International Women's Day, take time to reflect. Water is a women's issue, but it doesn't have to be.

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A Haitian's Financial Reality Without Waterhaiti Spring Campaign Poverty Americas General

A Haitian's Financial Reality Without Water

It's easy to lose hope in Haiti. Our friend Jean Pierre fights the cycle of poverty every day in Terre Noire. Jean Pierre dreams of one day having a better school and a closer hospital. He hopes his four children can become engineers, farmers or doctors. But without first gaining access to a source of safe water, he lives without hope.

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No Water, No Hope in Haiti—Yet!haiti Spring Campaign Terre Noire Americas General

In Asephie Pierre's village, Terre Noire, animals defecate in the river where she and her family collect their drinking water. Would you let your family drink water containing animal waste? Mothers like Asephie have no choice in Haiti. No water, no hope—yet!

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Terre Noire's Daily Struggle for Waterhaiti Terre Noire Spring Campaign Americas General

Imagine believing you would die before your community could drink clean water—burdened by an entire life of suffering. This is the reality for families in Terre Noire, Haiti. Follow their journey for water through this gallery. Then visit water.cc/water.

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Thanks for Loving Moms Around the World!Mother's Day Mercilia haiti Spring Campaign Americas General

Thanks for Loving Moms Around the World!

Thank you for helping us celebrate mothers like Mercilia in Haiti. Now that her community has access to safe water, she can spend more time enjoying her family rather than struggling to provide for their basic needs. Read her story to see the transformation of Mercilia's village.

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Hope Restored for Generations to Followhaiti Spring Campaign Hope Restored Mothers Americas General

With a new well and the support of local Living Water International staff, FanFan has hope for future generations. Read more about the legacy of hope he—and other mothers and fathers in Haiti—can now pass along.

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