Lifted from a life on the floor, these girls began to venture outside. The sun began to shine upon them. No one could imagine what would come next.
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.
Poverty has a disconnecting effect. It narrows your world. But all it takes is a single act of generosity to break the cycle.
Save the Rain is distributing tons of food to feed communities in response to the drought in Tanzania and global inflation.
Rose was the first child in her family who never had to walk for water. Rose has big plans for her future, for her family and for her country.
Eliaremisa never went to school, but she knows things far older than schools. She remembered when there were trees, shade and room. Now the earth can’t breathe.
Save the Rain knows that clean water alone wouldn't solve world hunger. This summer, we started building family-sized greenhouses. The results have been remarkable.