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The post below is from a speech given by Richard Moore, Water4 Director of Programs, on October 29 in Ghana as we celebrated completing the first half of total district coverage in Wassa East in partnership with The Netherlands’ Enterprise Agency (RVO), World Vision, and the Conrad Hilton Foundation. Water4 exists to empower local entrepreneurs …

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This is a guest post from Jordan Campbell, Program Manager at Water4, reflecting on her participation earlier this month in the second of eight H.E.A.T. Exchange cohort meetings in Ghana where participants gathered once to continue in theology and leadership training.

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5 miles of pipe. 60 water access points. 10,000 people. 185,920 gallons of water. Big things are happening in Chinsanka, Zambia and we’re just getting started with our impact there.

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Water4’s inaugural Walk4Water, presented by the Jasco Giving Hope Foundation, took place on Saturday, October 5 at Wheeler Park in Oklahoma City. Over 1,100 participants and volunteers showed up on behalf of the millions worldwide who walk daily to fetch their water, and together, they raised over $533,000 (and counting!) for safe water projects. Walkers …

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Blue Wave

The first official transatlantic H.E.A.T. Exchange training took place in Wassa East, Ghana in July providing long-term theology and leadership training to 18 local church leaders, with the vision of helping them better serve the spiritual needs of their communities. The purpose of the H.E.A.T. Exchange, which stands for Health, Education, Aptitudes and Theology, is …

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