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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I was living in a small rural town in Hwibaa, Ghana and fresh water was hard to come by. We had to boil it all. Which- helps- but- I can't even imagine those that have to deal with broken water pumps.

  • Liz Dwyer

    I really appreciate the emphasis on ongoing service. When I taught in China we couldn't drink water straight out of the tap. My students would come in from recess and have to drink from bottled water--none of those bottles were being recycled. Not having ongoing service of clean water has a negative ripple effect on so many things.