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Friendly Water for the World is inspired by an engaged community. Supporters, donors, and partners regularly contribute not just their time, but also their thoughts, ideas, and feedback. They are interested in the progress we are making and the challenges we face along the way. We do our best to provide information for them through different platforms and in a variety of formats, from monthly Zoom Chats to social media and our newsletter. All of the big stories in our newsletter are hosted here so that our community and the general public can return to read them and share them with others.

On this page, you’ll discover the latest word on our programs, results, and organization. From Community Engagement to Rainwater Catchment Tanks in Zambia, we talk about every part of our work. We usually share at least a couple of updates a month here, organized in chronological order, while posting more frequent short updates on our Facebook page. If you have questions about a story, if there is a subject you’d like to know more about, or if you’re a partner looking to collaborate on content, please contact us.

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Every month Friendly Water for the World shares the progress our communities, builds, and programs are making. You can hear about is at our monthly Chat, browse an article above, or view our newsletter. Our newsletter contains everything you’d want to know about what’s happening, what’s happened, and how you can participate. Sign-up to receive our newsletter at the bottom of the page. We usually send it out the first week of the month. You can read our most recent newsletters here.

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Articles

Matsakha Community Engagement

Matsakha Community Engagement

On October 8th, 2020, Friendly Water for the World Africa Programs Manager Eric Lijodi left him home in Kakamega County, Kenya for Matsakha sub location. It was going to be an exciting day…

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