The Sisters of St. Francis, with support from their associates, launched the Sister Water Project in 2006 to bring safe water to villages in Tanzania and Honduras.  The sisters spent months studying, discussing and praying about global water issues to fulfill their mission statement of “living in right relationship with all of creation.”

Sister Water Project

The initial goal for the Sister Water Project was to raise $42,000 to help the people of Tanzania, where some women walk miles to find water and where waterborne malaria kills many children; and also Honduras, where 50,000 young children die every year from water-related illness and where most illness in the country is due to impure water. Thanks to the support of Safe Water for Life and Dignity (SWLD), the Congregation of the Humility of Mary, Holy Spirit Sisters, Salvatorian Missions, and Dubuque Rotary Club and many, many donors, the Sister Water Project has since raised more than $1,000,000 and completed/restored over 140 well projects in Tanzania and 20 water systems in Honduras. And the work continues.  “We are proud of our community commitment and grateful for all those who have joined us in this effort,” said Sister Kathy Knipper, OSF.  “The continued need is immense, the challenge remains, and our commitment is unwavering.”

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