A Powerful Story of Hope

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Cecilia’s story is touching hearts across the globe. This sweet young girl allowed us to get a small glimpse of what it was like to be a child in her community prior to LifePump being installed. She shared with us the dangers and the heartbreaks she lived with just to get water.

Greetings from Malawi

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Greetings from Malawi, the warm heart of Africa—living up to its nickname with the people and temperature! We’ve had the privilege to travel with like-minded ministry partners who helped make possible much of the COVID outreach in Malawi. There’s been so much impact and thankfulness from the communities.

Design Outreach Virtual Coffee: Kenya

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DO Manufacturing Director and two staff members from DO’s partner SonSet Solutions share their experience in Kenya of upgrading seven of DO’s early LifePumps with updated hardware and LifePumpLinks, while also sharing how DO is preparing for larger impact in Kenya and surrounding countries.

Tales from Zimbabwe

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It’s such a pleasure getting to represent God’s hands and feet through DO once again in Zimbabwe – a country that has endured much hardship and is a battleground for souls.

The Gen4 Gearbox

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Many LifePumps experience more than 25 million handle rotations—in a single year! Designing a durable, long-lasting hand pump requires high-performance engineering.

Cecilia’s Story Is One Like Mine

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The story of 15-year-old Cecilia Leward and her family from Chikwangwala Village in Malawi has greatly impacted our Design Outreach (DO) team, both here in Malawi and in the United States.

Zimbabwe Trip: The LifePump That Was Just in Time

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As we prepare to celebrate Christmas, our thoughts are filled with preparing to stuff turkeys and stockings—it is the season of plenty. But in the country of Zimbabwe, November marked the end of the long and dusty dry season. Back in April the rains stopped falling, rivers dried up into trickles, and many bush pumps ran dry.