Stories of Water - volunteer photographer gallery reports

This collection of photo essays shines light on real lives changed by water. The stories are submitted by volunteer photographers who have visited communities in need of or benefiting from Blue Planet Network member projects around the world.

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Moyo, Uganda Part 1

H2Soul sisters alongside Global Women’s Water Initiative, visited Moyo Uganda to assist, document and enable a community to build their own rainwater harvesting tank.

Moyo, Uganda Part 2

Working alongside the GWWI Uganda Team’s  Hajra “Comfort” Mukasa and Godliver Businge, the community worked together, brick by brick, to build their water tank.

Elana of Xepiun – Guatemala

For Elena Reymundo Cobo, a faucet on her property means her family of six can earn more money. Before, her household had to collect water 15 to 20 times per day.

St. Gertrudes – Tanzania

St. Gertrudes functions like many schools the West … except for the seemingly endless line of students making the 2-mile walk to the nearest water source 2 or 3 times a day.

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  • About Blue Planet Network

    Blue Planet Network provides tools and services to funders, NGOs and communities in need to improve the planning, funding, monitoring and reporting of water and sanitation programs.
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    The mission of Photo Philanthropy is to promote and connect photographers with non-profit organizations around the world to tell the stories that drive action for social change.
  • The Water Crisis

    Almost a billion people lack access to safe drinking water, and one third of the people on earth lack adequate sanitation. This is is one of the greatest causes of the world's health and economic problems. Yet, we have the power to change it.