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Today, 1.1 billion people do not have access to clean drinking water. 1.1 Billion! It is a staggering and sobering number but thanks to your support this number is getting smaller. Recently the small village of [...]
Those of you who have been to the Altiplano region in Bolivia know what a difficult task it is to dig miles of trenches in the rocky Bolivian soil for a water system. It is slow, [...]
Utah State University’s Engineers Without Borders teamed up with CHOICE Humanitarian to support the village of La Salitrera, Mexico. The group completed an assessment trip in January 2010, and are planning their next trip for August [...]
Roberto, one of the natural leaders of Salitrera, is pursuing the village’s dream of having year-round access to potable water. Salitrera is a rural village located amidst the southern arid regions of Mexico receiving no more [...]
This past December 2008, Dr. Richard Francis and CHOICE trained paramedics Yuba Hari and Shivaraj Adhikari, provided dental services including patient education, to almost 350 patients. Dancing and celebration filled the evening. Turlung Kiran Nuepane (CHOICE–R.D.F. [...]
Judy Schvaneveldt is working with CHOICE to bring clean water to the Huichol people that live in the San Luis Potosi area. In 2007 she was the catalyst to raise enough money for a water project [...]
Kiran Neupane, one of our directors in Nepal, recently sent us this story, a great example of how the CHOICE method works and the power of a village: Choice started working in Okhalepani since 1999. It [...]