James Harrington, Director of the Ugandan Water Project


James Harrington, Director of the Ugandan Water Project, challenges us to look at the statistics surrounding the world water crisis from a new perspective. Benjamin, a young boy from Kayunga District, shares his personal toil fetching water and the relief of the new Rainwater Collection Tank that the Ugandan Water Project installed at his school.

Join this effort to transform communities in Uganda, go to:
http://ugandanwaterproject.com

This clip is an excerpt from the short film, Uganda23
http://Uganda23.com

8 responses to “James Harrington, Director of the Ugandan Water Project

  1. “Commerical interests with their advertising industry do not want people to develop contentment and less greed. Military interests in economic, political, ethnic or nationalist guises, do not want people to develop more tolerance, nonviolence and compassion. And ruling froups in general, in whatever sort of hierarchy do not want the ruled to become too insightful, too independent, too creative on their own, as the danger is that they will become insubordinate, rebellious, and unproducive in their alloted tasks.” Robert Thurman

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  2. I am partial to these water projects. Thank you for posting this one.

    I read on a UN site that it costs just $5K to build a well for a village and that’s LIFE! Imagine: the cost of a vacation, two mini-face lifts, a nice-but-unnecessary kitchen renovation, a used car … or life for a village, for children …

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