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QUIZ: How Can You Save Water?

How Can You Save Water Quiz

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Empowering Girls

In addition to wells and sanitation systems, we have programs to help ensure girls stay in school – delaying marriage and reducing the risk of death in childbirth.

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How A Water Well In Uganda Changed One Girl’s Life

In 2019, Drop in the Bucket drilled a well at a school near Gulu, Uganda where we met a very special young student named Precious. This is her story! 

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Global Handwashing Day 2019

Along with the wells Drop in the Bucket drills, we also provide hygiene and sanitation awareness training and education.

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How A Pair of Shoes Started A Movement

As global citizens, we are all interconnected and can have a profound effect on one another. This brings us to a heartwarming story of how one kind gesture set off a chain reaction felt around the world. 

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World Water Week

This week is World Water Week, and to commemorate, we want to appreciate our teams on the ground, drilling wells and providing clean water to schools and rural communities. Making a difference to hundreds of lives every day,

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New Photos From Our Most Recent Well Projects

Photo of some of the most recent wells drilled by Drop in the Bucket in Koboko, West Nile District, Uganda

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16-Year-Old Wins Landmark Victory Against Child Marriage in South Sudan

A 16-year-old girl just won a historic court case against her cattle-farmer father, her uncle and the older man they attempted to marry her off to, for a “bride price” of sixty cows.

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Drop in the Bucket’s Work Highlighted On Impakter

Impakter blog about Drop in the Bucket’s work in Uganda.  It covers a brief overview of the history of Uganda, the origins and history of Drop in the Bucket and talks about some of our programs, like our village savings groups and our work in menstrual hygiene management

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