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World Water Day: Water can help fight Climate Change

March 22nd, World Water Day, is when several thousands of organizations and people around the world celebrate water. It’s an opportunity to learn more about water-related issues, to be inspired, [...]

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EcoSan Toilets Transform Rural Lives

Imagine if you had the opportunity to use a toilet that didn’t need water to operate and could turn your waste into compost and organic fertilizer. While many people in developed countries might [...]

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Why You Shouldn’t Take Your Toilet for Granted

When nature calls, are you able to find a safe, clean area to go? Or do you have to wait in line? Are you able to find a private place to do your business, or do you have to crouch in the bushes [...]

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What Does Clean Water Have to Do with Women’s Rights?

“What does it look like to be a middle/high school girl in Kaberamaido, Uganda? Often times it looks NOTHING like this.” (Instagram @thisislindsay) View this post on Instagram What does it look [...]

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Surge Partners with Project Hearts to Hire WASH Assistant

Since 1995, Project Hearts has helped the people in Baitoa, Dominican Republic by building homes, improving employment opportunities, and distributing food, medicine, and vitamins. Project Hearts [...]

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Soap Sparks Jobs, Sanitation in Cayes-Jacmel, Haiti

For the 36,000 people living in Cayes-Jacmel, Haiti, there are little choices for jobs. The economy is based on subsistence farming, fishing, handicrafts, and tourism. Young boys in downtown [...]

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Surge Goes Pink to Stop Menstrual Hygiene Stigma

Working with our field partner Prince of Peace for Orphans and Widows (POPOW) in Uganda, we have seen firsthand how women and girls can be affected by their menstrual cycles. They often lack [...]

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The “Philly Special” Touches Down in Uganda

7, 153 miles away from Philadelphia, in Kaberamaido, Uganda, the “Philly Special” has reached the lives of 906 people. After Philadelphia’s Super Bowl LII victory, a water well in Asal Village in [...]

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Distributing Soap and Filters in Cayes-Jacmel

Surge’s model involves forming strong partnerships with the communities we work in. We believe that in order to make a significant, transformational difference, we have to gain deep insight to [...]

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Menstrual Hygiene Education: A Crucial Tool to Keep Girls in School

“When my sister had her first period, she had stomach pain, fatigue, and a headache. She kept complaining that she was sick, but we did not take her to get treated because the sickness did not [...]

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