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WaterCredit Provides Hope for Family in Indonesia
Water.org

Uni, a widow raising four grandchildren in a rural village in Jakarta, Indonesia, lives in a home just above a canal that gets water for cooking, drinking, and bathing. While her family is not in a position to pay for a water connection up front,…

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This Couple Has Brought Education Into Their Neighborhood in Uganda
Opportunity International

Ugandan locals Violate Matovu and her husband Fred noticed that kids in their community were walking up to two miles per day to get to school. Using some existing structures, land, and loans from Opportunity International, they started the Jordan Crossers School that has now…

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Water.org Expands Work To Provide Safe Water in Ethiopia
Water.org

Ethiopia has experienced recurring bouts of drought and floods for years which hinders much of the country’s access to an adequate water supply and improved sanitation. Water.org works in Tigray utilizing farming techniques to support local sustenance and livelihoods. WaterCredit continues to finance water taps,…

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How Accessible Water Changed This Family’s Life in Jakarta
Water.org

Juleha, 37, lives with her husband and three-year-old son in a simple house in Jepara, Central Java, Indonesia. For a year, the family did not have a water connection, spending half of Juleha’s weekly salary on water. Through Water.org, Juhleha and her husband accessed affordable…

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Girl Up Platform Continues to Empower Women Around the World
Forbes

Girl Up is a global movement founded in 2010 by the United Nations Foundation, that empowers young women leaders to defend gender equality. Co-executive directors Anna Blue and Melissa Kilby aspire to create significant, positive change by helping to grow the movement to more than…

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