This resource provides an in-depth look at how God used your passion and investment to change lives last year. At Design Outreach, we love sharing with you reports and stories from the field that demonstrate all that God is doing through this ministry.
A Rotary grant will fund a 12-month project that will bring life-saving water, WASH training, soap, face masks, and more to approximately 1,400 households in 20 rural communities across Malawi.
Design Outreach (DO), a nonprofit humanitarian engineering organization working to solve water poverty, has reached a new milestone. The latest data from remote monitoring systems show that DO’s LifePump™ technology is now providing safe drinking water for 100,000 people globally.
Somehow summer is already drawing to a close. School buses are driving by, parents are posting first day of school pictures, and Design Outreach’s summer interns have completed their work and returned to their respective universities.
Edison shared these words of gratitude with Project Engineer Daniel Wang during a LifePump™ installation in his community. He was referring to the fact that the dry season in Zimbabwe is coming soon. In the past, the community would run out of water or drink dirty water to survive.
Hear the stories from the field with the Design Outreach Team who recently returned from Zimbabwe – their impressions, experiences and impact.
Today was a fun day of meeting friends from Sawyer, KS, along the Transamerica Bicycle Trail. Three different families met us at different times, with children from two of the families waving posters of encouragement.
The weather was very rainy in the morning, but the rain cleared in early afternoon and became a very pleasant day, in spite of a mild headwind most of the day.
Today was a day of excellent weather as I pedaled from Sugar City, CO to Tribune, KS, (115.46 miles according to Strava). I had a tailwind for a while, but had headwinds most of the day. The temperature was perfect… not too hot and not too cold.
Today (Tuesday) was a beautiful day to ride from Canon City, CO, to Sugar City, CO, with very comfortable temperatures and a slight headwind. I arrived safely in Sugar City at 7:15 PM after riding 118.69 miles, according to Strava.