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Today, women around the world will spend 200M hours collecting water. But improved access is changing lives. #waterislife

The water filtration systems charity: water's building in places around the world are not too different from the ones in our homes. Learn more in our latest blog post! http://studentsrebuild.org/blog/2014-08-26/about-water-filtration-systems #SRWaterChallenge

Meet your peers in Tanzania—see our live webcast next week – March 20th! http://studentsrebuild.org/blog/2014-02-11/join-us-tanzania-world-water-day

Hear all about it! Checkout the March Students Rebuild newsletter http://studentsrebuild.org/about/newsletters and learn the latest about the #SRWaterChallenge, next week’s World Water Day celebration and our live webcast with students in Tanzania!

Join others around the world and participate in the #SRWaterChallenge! Looking for the Water Challenge curriculum? Here it is! http://studentsrebuild.org/find-challenge/water-challenge/for-educators

The water filtration systems charity: water's building in places around the world are not too different from the ones in our homes. Learn more in our latest blog post! http://studentsrebuild.org/blog/2014-08-26/about-water-filtration-systems #SRWaterChallenge

Where does the world’s largest supply of clean, safe drinking water come from? Learn more in our latest @charitywater guest post: http://studentsrebuild.org/blog/2014-09-02/about-rainwater-catchment-systems #SRWaterChallenge

328 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa still use unimproved drinking water sources. (That's more than the entire population of the United States.)

This newly sank shallow well was constructed in the Garissa region of Kenya by CARE. It is being used by women in the community to provide families with safe and clean drinking water. This is one way the money donated to our East Africa appeal last year is helping communities become more resilient to drought. Photo credit: Mohamed Farah, October 2012, CARE