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A new kind of ordinary

Today in Sierra Leone, over 150 kids will show up at the Gagiwah Community Primary School for another ordinary day of school. They’ll read and write, play games, practice math, sing songs, day dream, get bored, make faces at each other when the teacher’s not looking… but do you know what won’t happen at this school today?

A Continent
of Leaders

Last month, Water4’s local partners, trainers and business leaders from 12 different countries came together in Kigali, Rwanda for a week of training, development and team-building at the annual Water4 Leader’s Summit. The summit is a time each year when Water4 digs deep into vision, mission, core values, business & technical skills, and personal leadership …

A Continent
of Leaders
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Lasting Legacy

To honor a special group of donors who’ve included Water4 in their estate plans, we’re launching the Water4 Legacy Circle this summer. Members of the Legacy Circle have made an important and lasting commitment to the long-term mission of eradicating the water crisis, and have given Water4 the opportunity to be a part of their lasting legacy

Building strong businesses & families in Peru

One of the many ways Water4 supports our partners in their journey toward self-sufficiency is by offering Biblical Financial Stewardship training to help them discover how to better manage their personal and enterprise finances in God honoring ways. Last month, Water4 Business & Financial Stewardship Managers, John and Mary Beth Flippen traveled to Iquitos, Peru …

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Big Challenge
Big Impact

As lives all over Malawi are saved through access to safe water, entire generations now have a new shot at life all because a group of people at Victory Family Church decided to get uncomfortable and ask God to use them in a big way to make the water crisis history

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