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How safe water and a toilet have given this couple freedom to focus on all that is now possible in their lives. #GiveWaterCredit 
Mong and her husband, Rim, live in a rural Cambodian village in the Kampot Province. As it were for so many Cambodians in the region, their families were forced to the area during the Cambodian genocide of the 1970's. Not long after becoming teens, the couple met and started a family. Eventually ...
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#Givewatercredit for time to work and time to earn a living. Celebrate with us how access to safe water at home has changed Bachamma's life, read her story. 
Bachamma and her husband live in a thatched-roof home with a covered entry where they keep their dairy cows. In addition to drinking water for her family, she needs to water their cows multiple times a day to keep up their milk production. She can earn 5000 rupees each month selling the milk in ...
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The distance between Dora, Moses, and safe water seemed far, until they learned how Water.org could help bring them closer together. Give water credit for empowering entrepreneurs in Peru
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On the border of Peru and Ecuador, Moses and Dora proudly call a series of small garage-like buildings home. It's also where this entrepreneurial couple proudly sells tires, oil, and a selection of grocery items like rice and ground corn. Moses and the couple's son even service vehicles.
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Moments after Usha welcomed us into her home with a tray of fresh-brewed chai tea, her kids walked in the door. Having just returned from a day at school, they placed their backpacks at the foot of their bed. It was time for Usha's favorite task of the day: homework.
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Matt Damon of +Water.org - 1 of the 5 people who changed the face of water. https://www.globalcitizen.org/en/content/world-water-week-people-change/
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When a young girl in Kenya wept over missing school, it caused one of Water.org's East Africa staff to cry. But the same employee has also seen how access to safe water can bring tears of joy. Read why in the word WATER, T is for tears.
When a young girl in Kenya wept over missing school, it caused one of Water.org's East Africa staff to cry. But the same employee has also seen how access to safe water can bring tears of joy. During a recent staff meeting, Patrick Alubbe shared a pair of experiences which he said had deeply ...
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Janki works for a group of farms near her home outside Nagpur, India. Her husband works as a carpenter. Together they make just enough money to send their four children to school, and to slowly work towards improving their house. But, even though they have the funds to add another room, ...
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It costs $0 to be kind, and just $25 to give someone access to safe water. Kindly donate to +Water.org today. http://bit.ly/WaterorgGive 
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On the border of Peru and Ecuador, Moses and Dora proudly call a series of small garage-like buildings home. It's also where this entrepreneurial couple proudly sells tires, oil, and a selection of grocery items like rice and ground corn. Moses and the couple's son even service vehicles.
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A lack of in-house toilets in Bangladesh often jeopardizes health, safety, and dignity. Discover Mitu's story of how she plans to bring an in-house toilet to her family. #sanitationforall #watergives
A lack of in-house toilets in Bangladesh often jeopardizes health, safety, and dignity. Discover Mitu's story of how she plans to bring an in-house toilet to her family.
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“Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel.” -Socrates #watergives

Click to read why we believe the E in WATER stands for education. http://water.org/post/e-education/
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To U.N. and Water&org :Guide to international resevoir silt day for correct programme like good for resevoir to keep safety water the climate chart. -Tim-Liou 2016.09.09.PM: 17:16 Friday.(Bridge to take over.)
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How can water help remove women from the cycle of poverty? On #WomensEqualityDay we invite you to read this story.
For decades, the water and sanitation sector has approached water and sanitation access for the poor through raising money and disbursing it in the form of subsidies to cover the cost of wells and toilets. This charity-led approach is not sustainable or scalable at a level needed to confront the ...
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Safe water & the dignity of a toilet for all, in our lifetime.
Introduction

The water and sanitation problem in the developing world is far too big for charity alone. We are driving the water sector for new solutions, new financing models, greater transparency, and real partnerships to create lasting change. Our vision: the day when everyone in the world can take a safe drink of water.

Co-founded by Matt Damon and Gary White, Water.org is a nonprofit organization that has transformed hundreds of communities in Africa, South Asia, and Central America by providing access to safe water and sanitation.