Can you believe it? Our UNC interns have been in the field for about a month now. Check out this post on what they’ve seen so far in Uganda.
It was 2010 and I boarded a plane to Africa to visit my sister who had dedicated a year to living with, teaching and loving on a group of people I’d only seen on commercials—people who I assumed were sitting around on drought stricken lands, swatting away flies and waiting for the next truck of […]
Our UNC Interns recently visited two community wells that our partner Divine Waters Uganda drilled. Read more about their experience.
Last Tuesday, Blood:Water left music city for the nation’s capitol. We went to attend a small reception hosted by our newest board member, Porter DeLaney of The Kyle House Group.
You’ve got moves and you haven’t been ashamed to show them off! Be the Movement has been one of the most encouraging and fun campaigns for us to watch as a staff here at Blood:Water.
Blood:Water is so proud to announce that Christianity Today has named our very own Jena Lee Nardella on their 33 Under 33 list!
The U.S. is experiencing World Cup fever, and our interns half a world away, are experiencing the same. Check out their viewing party for the U.S. vs. Germany match.
Blood:Water welcomes you… no challenges you… to The Real Game of Thrones
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What happens when one family decides to make stand for clean water? Kent Wagner and his family of six decided to find out.
Our second UNC intern has arrived in Uganda. Check out what she had to say about her first week!
Thought for the day: 320 million Africans lack access to safe, clean water. That’s more than the entire population of the United States.
The saying goes ‘When in Rome.’ So why not when in Africa? Blood:Water’s UNC Intern Tori Lebrun tries white ants while living in Uganda. Check out the video and keep reading for her take on the experience!
There’s a town in Zambia called Kaloko. And, in Kaloko, there are 15,000 people but only two wells. Just two wells for an entire community. Imagine having to share your kitchen sink with that many people.
Our UNC Intern Tori Lebrun takes us out of New Life Medical Center and onto one of her visits to the field in Uganda.
Ugandan partner Divine Waters shows how dramatically community life is affected by this clean water well in the Lira District.
Linda Dykert recently traveled to Kenya with Blood:Water on one of our Vision Trips to Africa. Below she shares what she experienced during her time in the field.
Maybe sustainability isn’t the ultimate goal.