Hope Anderson and Nancy Russell are water team leaders (their church is Pennington Presbyterian in New Jersey), instructors at LWW's training school Clean Water U, and Co-Moderators for LWW's Yucatán Network.
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Now for the show notes!
A few acronyms:
NCT: Network Coordinating Team
AC: Yucatán Civil Association of Water Partners
101: LWW's Partnership Management Workshop
102: LWW's Health Education Workshop
103: LWW's Water System Workshop
ROS: Reverse Osmosis and Softening
Here is a video of the Cantamayec and Pennington Presbyterian Church water partnership:
Here's the story we referenced about a first time volunteer on the Pennington water team:
This link shows you where LWW has organized networks that come alongside our partners and assist with assessment, development, implementation, and sustainability of water partnerships. If you scroll to the bottom, you'll see info for the Yucatán network:
Here is a video of the water plant at Mani in the Yucatán network to show as an example. They named their water plant Há - the water of our land in Mayan.
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