Writer and humanitarian aid worker Shelly Galvin recently contributed an article to the Impakter blog about Drop in the Bucket’s work in Uganda. It covers a brief overview of the history of Uganda, the origins and history of Drop in the Bucket and talks about some of our programs, like our village savings groups and our work in menstrual hygiene management.
You can find the full post here.
Here is a small excerpt from the article:
John and Stacey have learned a lot over the last 13 years since DROP’s inception. But, one thing has been a constant- their dedication to creating solutions that last. They don’t want to return to the same villages time and time again to repair and re-drill wells. Rather, they want their work to have a wider, more encompassing reach. The water issue is far more complicated and intricately interwoven with the poverty and inequity present in Uganda than they had anticipated.
Read the full article here.