Monthly Archives: February 2011

Clean Water is Only Half the Battle

Whenever we do a clean water project, sanitation and hygiene training always follows.  Now that there is safe water for their village, they now need to know the other side of cleanliness, which is found in good hygiene.  Everything from … Continue reading

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Rwanda Day 10 – Through the Eyes of Hope

I know Global Benefit is a Clean Water and HIV/AIDS organization so you might be wondering why I spend so much time sharing other projects and writing about other people and organizations.  I do this because I want to celebrate … Continue reading

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Rwanda Day 9 – Bagels in Rwanda, no such thing till now.

Rich and Robin Smith are missionaries to Rwanda and have been living here for 5 years; this is the couple we are staying with while in Rwanda.   I know them because they attended our church in Pembroke, NH before they … Continue reading

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Rwanda Day 8 – Getting the Pills

  The weather has been strange today, hot and sunny and then cool and rainy.  February tends to be the hottest month in Rwanda, but I was told this year has been very different – we can thank Global Warming … Continue reading

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Rwanda Day 7 – The Dirty and Clean Water Day

Today was an amazing day.  We met with Living Water International who is Global Benefit’s on the ground partner who executes our clean water and sanitation training projects.  We arranged ahead of time to find a community that did not … Continue reading

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Rwanda Day 6 – A Very Productive Day

Finally we felt like we had a very productive day.  Yesterday we felt a bit discouraged on our scout because we didn’t find sites that would be great for shooting.  At the end of the day yesterday we were informed … Continue reading

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