Save the Rain is celebrating 16 years of clean water, food security, gender equity and healthy communities.
If the walk for water takes you away from your kids up to ten hours a day, clean water at home lets you be the mother you want to be.
Walk in the footsteps of a girl who followed elephants to find a new home. On this journey, she learns the importance of trees and the choices of her people.
Save the Rain built Lazaro's family a rainwater harvesting tank. They now listen for rain and count their blessings with every drop.
Rose was the first child in her family who never had to walk for water. Rose has big plans for her future, for her family and for her country.
Eliaremisa never went to school, but she knows things far older than schools. She remembered when there were trees, shade and room. Now the earth can’t breathe.
For these fathers, Save the Rain is more than a job. They see all Tanzanian children as their own and work tirelessly to provide opportunities for them.
Save the Rain knows that clean water alone wouldn't solve world hunger. This summer, we started building family-sized greenhouses. The results have been remarkable.