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App Training and Practice!!

App Training and Practice!!

The BWF team was honored today to have the author of the BWF Cell Phone Survey Application, Sam Hammond, come explain and take feedback on the app. The app allows SWEs to record basic survey information, water test results and educational activities day-to-day. The...

Sabbaths Galore!!

Sabbaths Galore!!

Fulfillment, Love and Happiness Celebrating the Sabbath has never been so exciting. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints meeting was first, with beautiful talks in Twi that were kindly interspersed with English translation. "Stay Focused on Christ; correct...

A New Training Center and Store!!

A New Training Center and Store!!

Another new development for Bright Water Foundation (BWF) is access to a lovely building previously used as a Library/Learning Center for World Joy activities in Abomosu. BWF Program growth in Atiwa West District has merited a place for staff training and a secure...

True Dedication

True Dedication

Does Wading through the mud after a torrential rain count as true dedication? That is exactly what our newest group of safe water educators and volunteers did to attend the first sessions of training. We are profoundly grateful for our Ghanaian team's determination to...

Settling In

Settling In

We have arrived in Ghana!! Once we cleared Customs, went shopping for food, found our lovely quarters at the Accra LDS Tempe Patron Housing, and ate dinner, we literally dropped into bed!

Long Trip—Amazing Ghanaian People

It was such a long plane trip to Ghana, but the airports hold the gold. At LAX we kept running into a very nice lady with a huge smile. Amazingly she ended up being my seat mate to JFK. Where was she from??? Ghana - nonstop cultural introduction and laughter. She kept...

Volunteers Share Their Stories

As a retired civil engineer, where most of my career has been in the water and wastewater services, my involvement with BWF has provided an opportunity to be part of a collaborative effort to demonstrate how safe drinking water can be a reality in the households of...

Local Residents Become Safe Water Educators

Isaac Attamah and Stephen Tetteh, local residents of Anomon Village, Atiwa West District, Eastern Region Ghana, were two of more than 20 Ghanains who trained as safe water educators and safe water volunteers at a recent training. A mixture of classroom and in-field...