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Download Lifewater's training materials, updated WASH research, and program impact reports.

WASH in Schools: Steps to Better Health

Steps for Better Health: Primary School Curriculum provides Lifewater national staff, and primary school teachers with interactive and age appropriate WASH education that is designed to encourage children to become agents of change in their community.

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mWASH

mWASH, Lifewater’s missional Water, Sanitation and Hygiene curriculum (mWASH), equips community-level practitioners with the skills, knowledge, and base of understanding needed to walk alongside villages in overcoming water poverty.

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The WASH Report 2016

The WASH Report is a detailed resource for current research, statistics, and trends in global WASH issues. It contains specific coverage on topics such as women, children, education, disease, global policies, and current events as well as helps to form a picture of what challenges lie ahead in the quest for universal coverage.

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How to Identify High Quality WASH Programs

Water access, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) interventions can be some of the most impactful and cost-effective strategies to alleviate suffering, share the gospel, and provide essential building blocks for community development in the Majority World.

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WASH: A High Value Kingdom Investment

Understanding where human needs are the greatest and where peoples remain unreached with the gospel, the question of where best to prioritize resources toward these ends is a constant tension.

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West Arsi Baseline Report

The 2015 baseline survey of two woredas (groups of villages) in West Arsi, Ethiopia details the lives and challenges of thousands of families in this area. The survey specifically addresses issues related to WASH, which inform the Lifewater staff and project strategy.

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Kaliro Baseline Report

The 2016 baseline survey of the families living two sub-counties of the Kaliro District of eastern Uganda details the lives and challenges of thousands of families in this area. The survey specifically addresses issues related to WASH, which inform the Lifewater staff and project strategy.

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Impact Report: Oromiya, Ethiopia

Over three years in Oromiya, Ethiopia 89,517 men, women, and children gained access to clean drinking water, resulting in the reduction of diarrhea rates from 78% to 20%. Read about the program that changed the lives of thousands of vulnerable children and families from 2009-2012.

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Impact Report: Mtito Andei, Kenya

The Clean Water Project in Mtito Andei, Kenya was designed to bring safe drinking water supplies to ten primary schools, along with ventilated improved pit (VIP) latrines for boys and girls. Increased access to safe water and latrines at primary schools helped transform the lives of 5,700 students and their teachers. This impact report details results.

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Impact Report: Agali, Uganda

In July 2012, Project Restoring Dignity began, a one-year program to transform the health and well-being of 25,000 vulnerable children and families in war torn northern Uganda through comprehensive WASH initiatives. Through your generous support, over 15,500 people were served with safe water, sanitation, and hygiene, increasing safe water access to nearly 89% of the population.

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