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Project Unum features World Water Relief

We were featured by Project Unum! https://www.youtube.com/embed/ILi1MvMrp5c ...
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Water Relief and Earthquake Relief

Water relief goes hand in hand with earthquake relief. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QmzIAYArSpk&t=8s ...
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The future of Haiti

We asked members of our Haiti management team and Sanitation Water Club how they would change the future of Haiti ...
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Changing the life of 1,050 students

This is a short montage featuring a recently completed clean water project for 1,050 students of the St. Pierre School ...
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No greater reward than changing lives of people

Partners in Health's head agronomist explains how all of your help back home has brought clean water to those who ...
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Bringing Clean water to Cange Haiti and Dr. Paul Farmer’s hospital

World Water Relief installed two portable water filtration systems in Cange Haiti and Dr. Paul Farmer's hospital where critical care ...
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Impacting Los Robles in the Dominican Republic

World Water Relief made a direct impact on Los Robles, a Batey in the Dominican Republic, by bringing clean water ...
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Relief group fighting deadly spread of cholera in Haiti

World Water Relief featured on CBS News! Click here to learn more about our contributions to fighting the spread of ...
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World Water Relief Overview

Watch this video for an overview of our organization! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o15i4EkzdNk&feature=youtu.be ...
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2 New WASH Programs in the Dominican Republic

With the installation of new purified water filtration systems at two schools in the Dominican Republic, World Water Relief begins ...
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WWR is looking for a part-time fundraiser in Atlanta

DEVELOPMENT OFFICER Job Description Date: October 25, 2015 Title: Development Officer Start Date: January 11, 2016 Compensation: $3000 to $4000/month ...
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St. Cloud, MN Rotary Club Installs 2 New Projects in Dominican Republic

St. Cloud, MN Rotary Club Installs 2 New Projects in Dominican Republic This past April, business and community leaders with ...
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Water Filtration Systems Delivered to Lubhu, Nepa

Thanks to the funds raised by each of you, we were able to deliver solar power water filtration systems to ...
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Water Filtration Systems Delivered to Lubhu, Nepal

Thanks to the funds raised by each of you, we were able to deliver solar power water filtration systems to ...
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We spoke the international language of people building something together

Hope in the Aftermath of Haiti’s Earthquake By Kevin Fussell World Water Relief Board President   Pulmonary/Critical Care Physician, Southeast Georgia Health ...
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5 Years Later- Remembering Haiti’s Earthquake

A Personal Account of Haiti’s Earthquake-  January 12, 2010 By Albert “Solo” Juin, Project Manager for World Water Relief The ...
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Atlantaid Interview

Atlantaid Peer Interview with Ben Seidl, Program Director Author: Carrie Golden, Atlantaid.org This blog is the first of a Peer ...
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It Takes a Village to Track a WASH Project

Author: Ben Seidl, Program Director As the WASH sector continues to expand and strengthen its role in global health, the ...
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Mirebalais Public Water Situation and the Importance of WWR

Author:  Albert Juin, Hygiene Education Coordinator for Haiti The city of Mirebalais in the Central Plateau region of Haiti is ...
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Cholera Treatment Center

By: Albert Juin (WWR Hygiene Education Coordinator) After the Sunday radio show broadcast on Haitian Mother’s Day, May 26th, it ...
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The Adventures of Hygiene Education in Haiti

By:  Steffani Fields (WWR DR/Haiti Project Manger) As the Project Manager of both the Dominican Republic and Haiti, it is ...
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WASH in Schools: Problems and Opportunities

Author:  Ben Seidl, Program Director Schools are cosmopolitan meccas for all types of bacteria and viruses.  Whether in the United ...
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Rowen Jin – World Water Relief

By: Rowen Jin, Project Manager; World Water Relief Sitting cramped between the driver and Solo on the van to Port-Au-Prince, ...
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Kevin M. Fussell

Sunday morning in the predawn light I drove over the causeway from St. Simons Island, Georgia headed for the Jacksonville ...
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A Trip to Remember-Post by Donna Peoples

As the Executive Director of World Water Relief, I am very proud of our in-country team and the work they ...
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Mirebalais- by Kevin Crump

Clear municipal water runs through the streets of Mirebalais. The irony of this catches me as it washes over my ...
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The Small Changes

By Rowen Jin When I asked Pam, a member of our sponsoring St Francis missionary group for the WASH project ...
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Update From The Field

From Nate Dickey on February 24, 2011 During our work in Haiti earlier this month, Kevin and I accompanied Jean-Jean ...
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Avoiding a Counter-epidemic

Dr. Moise Baptiste: (Dr. Mo Baptiste is a Haitian-American Professor at Ithaca College.  He is in Haiti and is helping ...
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Cholera Outbreak – Why Now?

From Tim Douglas, in Haiti helping World Water Relief One question we have continually asked ourselves during this week is ...
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Ben’s story about what WWR is doing in Haiti.

World Water Relief is working in the Central Plateau of Haiti in the town of Mirebalais. We have been conducting ...
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Month 2 – From crisis response to sustainability

Due to the almost non-existent access to internet and intermittent phone service, it has been hard to stay as current ...
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Days 10 through 13 – Success from adversity

Days 10-12 After spending the night at the Partners in Health headquarters, we awoke early in the morning and said ...
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Day 10 – Continuing the mission (with a new blogger)

I’d like to begin this new phase of the blog by stating what a joy and pleasure it has been ...
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Day 7 and Epilogue – Closing the first chapter

We awoke at 2:30 a.m. after one hour of sleep in Barahona. I had been in touch with Josue Cabellos ...
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Aftershock

We awoke at 7 a.m. to frequent text messages alerting us to the new 6.1 earthquake that had occurred in ...
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Day 5 – Facing potential failure and choosing success

You know I’m not really sure that I’ve ever really explained what we are doing here. When I started this ...
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Days 3 and 4 – Delivering aid is not always fast and glamorous

End of Day 3 So I just reread the blog from yesterday to remind myself where I was, and I ...
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Day 3 – Making progress with an orphanage and a hospital

I’ve heard from the group back home that maybe more than just my mom has read this thing, so I ...
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Day 2 – Dr. Kevin Fussell in Haiti

We stretched out the kinks from the night’s sleep in JFK and boarded our plane to Santo Domingo.  Ben and ...
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Day 1 – Dr. Kevin Fussell en route to Haiti

Day number 1 was a whirlwind of preparation and interviews. I had a hospital and clinic full of patients in ...
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Preparing for Mission to Haiti

Preparations to send staff and water purification systems to Haiti began immediately following the earthquake in Haiti. Below is a ...
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Mission Team in DR

After a successful sendoff from the Atlanta airport – well-attended by local media representatives – and a full night of ...
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