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Periods Don’t Pause for Pandemics: Menstrual Hygiene Day 2020

“[My self-confidence] has increased because I know that every girl has the power to do anything since I was told that women are also strong people in the community.” – Akamo Sandrah, age [...]

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Periods Don’t Pause for Pandemics

On May 9, our local field partner POPOW (Prince of Peace Orphans and Widows – Vision) hosted a radio show that allowed girls to talk about how they are maintaining menstrual health and [...]

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Partnership with UPS Foundation and Rotaract Jumeirah Transforms more than 3,600 lives in Uganda

In all of the communities we work, we use the UN Sustainable Development Goals as our benchmark. UPS & Rotaract Club of Jumeirah Dubai also work towards these goals, which is why we have [...]

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Our Deep Gratitude – Azhar’s Dedication to Philanthropy

After years of generosity to Surge for Water, Azhar’s desire to do good is a core value and that continues to evolve and inspire others. For several years, Azhar has supported safe water, [...]

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Reflections from Break the Barriers: A Wellness Event

Hi! I am Taylor Pulver, the founder and head of the Surge Club at The Latin School of Chicago. Surge has always been a big part of my life as my family has been involved for a while. This year I [...]

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Long-term Partnership Breeds Employment Opportunities in Cayes-Jacmel, Haiti

In Cayes-Jacmel, Haiti, we have partnered with the Association Saint – Luc Haiti (ASSLHA) to produce soap. This allows the community to purchase locally made soap as well as providing jobs. [...]

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Breaking Barriers in Uganda

Apio Rebecca, “was so scared because [she] had never heard about menstruation and did not know what as happening to [her].” Amenyo Rebecca first got her period in Primary 4, and her dress was [...]

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World Water Day 2019: Impacting Disadvantaged Communities in Uganda

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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Latrines Bring Pride to Teachers; Allow Students to Graduate

Akampurira Robert is the head-teacher at Rwabarata Primary School in Ntungamo district, Uganda. He is one of the best leaders in the community, and his school was able to conduct P.7 exams this [...]

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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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