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Posted by Ashley Reeves on January 29, 2016
The people of Masaani, Kenya get their water from one of two places: shallow wells scattered throughout the community, or the Masaani River. When both of these options dry out in the dry season, people dig sand pits in the river until water is reached.
Posted by Rita Cochrane on January 18, 2016
It all began in 1991 with a group of marketing students who sold the idea of giving. In Dr. Randy Steger’s marketing management class at David Lipscomb University (currently known as Lipscomb University), the seed of Healing Hands International was planted.
Posted by Ashley Reeves on December 11, 2015
The biggest flood in more than a century paralyzes India’s eastern coast, bringing to mind the disastrous effects of our own Katrina.
Posted by Jana Owen on October 7, 2015
Our water and agriculture ministries work hand in hand many times. Once people have access to clean water, and learn how to raise food for themselves, they can grow a garden to provide for their family. Anthony Musembi is a recipient of this blessing.
Posted by Jana Owen on September 11, 2015
Jackline Kanini, who lives in Tulia, Kenya said, “I thank God, Rotary, Healing Hands and Caring for Kenya for clean water close to home. I am able to carry water in a wheel barrow instead of borrowing a donkey.