Hope 2 One Life
Kampala village residents celebrate water flowing from the new well that has been drilled. The work was done by Billings ministry Hope 2 One Life.
Throughout the world, 783 million people do not have access to clean water. That’s partly because 80 percent of the sewage in developing countries is discharged untreated into bodies of water, such as ponds and streams.
Dr. Doug Parker took the trip of a lifetime earlier this year, and his enthusiasm about it is infectious.
During the Walk for Water on Saturday, 17-year-old Carl Bottrell got a taste of what it’s like to have to fetch your own water.
Tom Jacques, center, shows a bio-sand water filtration system to Tim Ennis at a demonstration station along the route of the World Water Day Walk for Water at MSUB Saturday.
Some walkers carried water during the World Water Day Walk for Water at MSUB Saturday.
Walkers make their way through the one-mile route on the World Water Day Walk for Water Saturday.
Volunteers hand out water to walkers in the World Water Day Walk for Water at MSUB Saturday.
Kayce Arrowwood, left, Sabrina Mayorga, center, and Carl Bottrell carry water as they walk in the Walk for Water at MSUB on Saturday. The event celebrated World Water Day.
Walkers make their way through Peaks to Plains park at MSUB on the World Water Day Walk for Water on Saturday.
Nadine Hart of Hope 2 One Life speaks at the World Water Day in 2012.
Undeterred by snow and freezing temperatures, a group of volunteers spent Sunday afternoon loading a shipping container with medical supplies and school books for residents of war-torn northern Uganda.