Friendly water for the world seeks do assist communities in combating not just water scarcity, but also deforestation and infectious disease.
We must make the outcomes of our work sustainable.
Every technology and training and optimizing action must be designed for sustainability.
We don't have all the answers. We do have a lot of questions:
But what do sustainable Rainwater Catchment Tanks look like?
How do you engage communities in sustainable long-term partnerships?
Why do so many technologies and solutions on a continent like Africa, which receives billions in aid each year, become unsustainable and fail?
We believe we have an obligation to all of our partners to ask these questions, to empower our entire community in helping to answer them, and by doing so, to create sustainable health, social, and economic benefits that last for generations.
Join us online explore what it means to create lasting transformation. Come for the whole hour (we won't go over, we promise), or just stop in for a few minutes on your lunch break. Don't miss it.
Friday, April 30, 2021
One hour starting
Noon Pacific = 1:00 PM Mountain
from Will Forester, Friendly Water for the World