Living Water International is bringing new, real-time monitoring technology to community leaders in Rwanda as part of a large-scale water sustainability program through a partnership with Portland State University and SweetSense Inc.
We're celebrating 25 years of clean water work on World Water Day, Sunday, March 22—join us! Established by the United Nations in 1990, the day celebrates water work and encourages advocacy for the millions of children and adults who lack access to clean water.
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!
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
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!