Nurse Cleo is our newest team member. She is working on a child and maternal health study, interviewing more than 1,160 women.
Our history is sprinkled with moments culminating into puddles of service – all of which were fueled by harvesting the rain for people in need.
A proud single mom redefines motherhood in Tanzania and shows that the beauty of motherhood extends well beyond the bounds of convention.
The women of the King'ori Group choose laborers from each village to assist them to build rainwater harvesting systems to bring clean water to new communities.
If the walk for water takes you away from your kids up to ten hours a day, clean water at home lets you be the mother you want to be.
For these fathers, Save the Rain is more than a job. They see all Tanzanian children as their own and work tirelessly to provide opportunities for them.
Her name is hard to pronounce. But her laughter is even harder to forget. We first met Wariankira at a [...]
She won’t be intimidated. She doesn’t even flinch as the room fills with men in leadership positions, years her senior. [...]
Nothing steals Aminaeli’s laughter. Most Tanzanians are taught to cover their mouths when they laugh. Some have severe Fluorosis – [...]
There were two planks of wood bridging a stream to enter the property. There was a newly dug grave to [...]
I remember the day I met Hilary Tesha. He came to work wearing a t-shirt that said Mount Shasta Cheerleading [...]
There is always a moment that feels like you are in a vacuum and all the air around you is [...]
It takes a little while for MILGRID to smile. She has learned to keep herself relatively invisible, to express her joy [...]
Her eyes are like a map of hardship. You can feel her struggle engraved in them. When ELIESH laughs, the pain [...]
In September 2000, LEMNA was 30 and pregnant with her 4th child. She was married to a man whose family thrived on [...]
Even in a crowd of people, Nipaeli stood out. Her beauty is indescribable. The problem was she was living a [...]
Diana Peter’s core principals are simple. But not effortless. “If you want to benefit,” she said, “you have to do your [...]
We’re driving down the dirt road, body jerking left and right, I’m trying my best not to smack my head [...]