World Water Day is held annually on March 22 as a means of focusing attention on the importance of fresh water and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.
There is a picture of Rogers Ssembatya in late 2011, a scant two months after he had undergone a complicated surgery to realign and fuse his spine.
Dr. Doug Parker took the trip of a lifetime earlier this year, and his enthusiasm about it is infectious.
The annual World Water Day 2013 Walk for Water will take place Saturday on the Rocky Mountain College campus in Billings.
The U.N. designated March 22, 1993, as the first World Water Day. The U.N. has prioritized water access because the lack of it contributes to such widespread suffering, including increased poverty, high child mortality rates, depressed education levels and political instability. Nearly 20 pe…
Billings residents met on the MSUB campus to hold the annual Walk for Water, which hopes to raise awareness of the need for potable water in many needy countries.
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.
Nadine Hart of Hope 2 One Life speaks at the World Water Day in 2012.
The United Nations General Assembly designated March 22, 1993, as the first World Water Day. The U.N. has prioritized water access because it contributes to such widespread suffering, including increased poverty, high child mortality rates, depressed education levels and political instabilit…
Roger Ssembatya already has the best Christmas present he could have asked for.
Roger Ssembatya has suffered more trials in 15 years than most people experience in a lifetime.
Roger Ssembatya listens to his guardian, Terry Fettig, right, talk with the media on Wednesday at St. Vincent Healthcare. Nadine Hart, a physician assistant, at left, met Roger in Uganda in 2006, when the boy was suffering from major medical problems, and, with Fettig, helped to bring Roger …
A craft show and raffle garage sale will be held on Sept. 24 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Frontier Cancer Center at 32nd Street West and Grand Avenue. The event will include a BBQ lunch donated by Fuddruckers from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and featured speakers at 1 p.m.
Thank you, Billings, for your amazing support at the fourth annual World Water Day, Walk for Water awareness event held on March 19, an international day of observance designed to educate, inspire and motivate people to respond to the global water and sanitation crisis.
A box of medical supplies in St. Vincent Healthcare's distribution center is waiting to be shipped to Uganda where they will be used at the new $30,000 Emmanuel Clinic, which is set to open in January.
Residents of Uganda wait outside a makeshift clinic to receive medical care from St. Vincent Healthcare workers who have donated their time and talents.
Nadine Hart, left, and Leigh Taggart check boxes of medical supplies being collected at St. Vincent Healthcare. They will be shipped to Uganda where a new $30,000 clinic is scheduled to open in January. A group of St. Vincent Healthcare employees and other community leaders from Billings hav…
A rack of medical supplies in St. Vincent Healthcare's distribution center will be shipped to Uganda to help stock the shelves of the new Emmanuel Clinic that is schedule to open in January.
Nadine Hart, a physician assistant at St. Vincent Healthcare, assesses the health care needs of residents in Uganda. Hart is one of a core group of St. Vincent employees and other community leaders helping build a $30,000 clinic in Uganda. It is set to open in January.