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Clean Water & Mental Health

Clean Water & Mental Health

Anyone who’s consumed bad food has experienced unfortunate and miserable outcomes. It’s a lesson learned that putting bad substances in your body results in bodily harm. Same goes with water. Studies show that the human body is 70% water—that’s a lot of water!...

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The Complex Problem in Ghana

The Complex Problem in Ghana

The warm morning sun rises early to a new day in Ghana, to the sound of familiar chatter around your dwelling. The women of one rural village are preparing to fetch water for drinking and bathing, as they do every day, so you join them. You are greeted with “Ɛte sɛn?”...

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The Hefty Price for Clothing: Water

The Hefty Price for Clothing: Water

Water encompasses many aspects in our lives. It links us to our past and future. Water currently used for production, bathing, and hydration was present during the dinosaur era (Sigit, 2019). It is the key to life and is "the core of sustainable development” when it...

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Sierra Leone, Then and Now

Sierra Leone, Then and Now

Featuring commentary from our founder, Lou Haveman Children gather on a bridge after school in Kroo Bay, one of the poorest and most vulnerable communities in Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown. Credit: EU/ECHO/Jonathan Hyams Imagine carrying 5 buckets of water each day...

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