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Passing the Torch with Angel Alliance

Passing the Torch with Angel Alliance

Featuring a Q&A with our Executive Director, Jereme Lambert The idiom “Passing the Torch” comes from Ancient Greece. Though many think its origin lies in their infamous Olympic Games, it is actually a religious ritual in the form of a relay race using a lit torch....

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Empowering Women with Clean Water

Empowering Women with Clean Water

“We cannot all succeed when half of us are held back.”  -Malala Yousafzai Could you, yourself, envision cleaning a wound that bleeds for 7 days... with just disposable rags? Imagine being a teenage girl in schooling, facing this wound every month. Imagine then...

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Water’s Effect on Malnutrition

Water’s Effect on Malnutrition

What If... In the morning you wake up before the sun to walk miles to collect water for your family. As you approach the river, you are relieved to find that there are no cows around and you will not have to push your way through to the water. You bend over and your...

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Understanding The Deadly Salmonella Bacteria

Understanding The Deadly Salmonella Bacteria

What a gift it is to have pure, clean water! Not just for drinking and cooking, but to wash produce, scrub hands, brush teeth, and bathe. Clean water is a basic human need, yet the UN’s Institute for Water, Environment and Health reports that 663 million people still...

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Nature’s Bounty: What You Need To Know About Harvesting Rainwater

Nature’s Bounty: What You Need To Know About Harvesting Rainwater

At one time, no one could have imagined arguments over who owns the rains that soak the earth. But that’s part of what’s been happening with the universal, natural resource of rainwater.

Rainwater is free and eco-friendly. Utilizing it helps owners cut the cost of utility bills. It’s hard to imagine anything worth arguing about.

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