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MEET THE PEOPLE YOU SUPPORT

BANGLADESH

November 29-December 9, 2017
Visit projects in urban slum settlements in Dhaka, Chittagong and Khulna. Our Bangladesh partner is a pioneer in helping urban communities organize and gain access to clean water and toilets. This is a rare opportunity to interact with the amazing people who are improving the urban slums where they live.

Read about the 2016 Bangladesh trip

Read about our Bangladesh program

HONDURAS

January 12-20, 2018
Visit rural projects in the beautiful, mountainous Lempira region. The roads are rough, but the projects, the people, and the refried beans are unforgettable. We are incredibly proud of the work of our Honduras partner, and we are eager for our supporters to experience this special organization in person.

Read about the 2017 Honduras Water Tour

Read about our Honduras program

Contact us to learn more about these travel opportunities.

REFLECTIONS

2014 Ethiopia Water Tour Participants
Our travelers share their reactions after carrying water with the women of Dawo Kara, a community that is now building a water system.

Diane Langstraat
Diane is a member of our Advisory Council and has traveled with us many times. Read about her first trip to Ethiopia with us in 2007.
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Pooja Babbrah
Pooja Babbrah is a member of our Advisory Council, a mother of two teenagers and a strategic management professional in the healthcare industry from Phoenix. Pooja traveled with us to Ethiopia in 2014.
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Karen Nilson
Karen is an elementary school principal in Edmonds, Washington, who has traveled with us to Ethiopia so many times we lost count. Read about her first trip to Ethiopia with us in 2009.
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David Hartley
David Hartley is a hydro-geologist whose company, Northwest Hydraulic Consultants, sponsors our annual Give Water Give Life Benefit in Seattle. David traveled with us to Ethiopia in 2014.
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Nancy Carroll
Nancy Carroll is a real estate agent who lives in Seattle, Washington, with her husband and two children who were born in Ethiopia. She traveled to Ethiopia with us in 2008.
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