Our history is sprinkled with moments culminating into puddles of service – all of which were fueled by harvesting the rain for people in need.
The rains haven't been the same and crops have failed this year. But residential greenhouses are providing stability and prosperity even during a drought.
When the walk for water doesn’t enslave women, they can turn their capacity into extraordinary things. Where days are not swallowed by scarcity, they are now filled by fulfilling pursuits.
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.
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.