Celebrating Anyone Who Loves Like a Mother
Mother's Day: Discover the heartwarming story of how women in Tanzania embody the true meaning of 'Mama' beyond motherhood.
How to Build a 3,500-liter Rainwater Harvesting System
Today is Earth Day. We want to celebrate by sharing our knowledge for creating sustainable and affordable rainwater tanks that impact multiple generations. The thing about the Global Water Crisis is that it is global. Wherever we may be, and whatever our differences, water is the great leveler. There is no shortage of people [...]
For World Water Day, help make it rain 🌧️
There are usually two rainy seasons in northern Tanzania where we work: vuli is the name for the shorter showers in November and December, and masika is the long, soaking season from March to May. Masika is a crucial time of year for saving the rain. Now usually is when the skies burst open and fill our rainwater harvesting [...]
One Woman’s Journey for Water
Collectively, women and girls spend 200 million hours fetching water every day around the world. This is what that journey looks like for one woman.
5 Things We LOVE at Save the Rain
There is so much to love at Save the Rain like making waves at new schools, grants for new greenhouses and so much possibility.
A Big Year of Growth in Kaloleni
Save the Rain built 269,500 liters worth of residential tanks in Kaloleni and set up our third large greenhouse in 18 months.