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[Video footage that one of my student's and I took in South Sudan are in the video]

In 2012, I co-led a team of seven Discipleship Training School students to Yei, South Sudan.
Three of our students helped build two rain catchment tanks. They not only helped build it, but they taught locals how to build it so they could multiple the process once we left.

JUSTICEWATER aims to empower developing communities with multipliable and sustainable water technologies, using resources that are available, affordable, and acceptable to their culture and region.

They envision a world where everyone has access to clean drinking water. A world where no child has to die due to preventable, water-related diseases. A world where women and children don't have to spend valuable hours collecting water, but have opportunities to quality life.

We were blessed to be a part of this amazing organization.

 Women and children can walk miles & hours just to stand in line to get water at a well or dirty pond.

 Santos watching as Lucas and Josh figure out the mathematics of a rain catchment tank.

 Little George looking on as Tara sands down the shell for a portion of the catchment tank.

 Santos saws pieces.

 Tara, Josh and Santos begin to put the shell together.

 I'm sifting through gravel to find the fine sand to mix and make concrete.

 Santos, Josh, Lucas and I mix water, sand and cement together.

 Putting the first layer on the outside of our rain catchment tank.