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WaterWorks eNews | February 2018
It’s been a particularly eventful month here at WaterWorks HQ in San Francisco. Just days ago, we announced the launch of our new action team in Chad (see below), bringing the number of countries we operate in to four.
Keep an eye on our upcoming newsletters as we introduce you to the members of our new team, which is – as always – comprised of locals.
Expanding into a new country creates administrative, financial and legal challenges, and there have been more than a few late nights here in California while we got organized.
Luckily, our monthly donation totals continue to rise, which has made the project run a little more smoothly.
Thank you for your ongoing support.
– Jessica Sloane, CEO
WaterWorks launches first project in Chad
WaterWorks has expanded into a fourth Western African country, Chad, and begun working with a community there… Read more ➡
Burkina Faso communities become self sufficient
Two remote communities in Burkina Faso now have functioning wells and filtration systems that can provide water indefinitely… Read more ➡
Annual WaterWorks ‘Brainstorm’ draws near
For the third consecutive year, WaterWorks is throwing open the doors of its San Francisco HQ to supporters and friends for a day of discussion and planning… Read more ➡
WaterWorks Supporter of the Month
Name: Amber Harrison
Location: Silver Spring, Maryland
I read about WaterWorks two years ago in an in-flight magazine and have contributing each month since. Receiving updates and seeing these projects progress is a pretty amazing feeling. I hope to visit Africa myself when I finish college.
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