Global Resources for Schools: The Water Project

The Water Project works with schools and other groups to fund water and sanitation projects in African communities where water is scarce. Schools that want to get involved can learn about the global water crisis–and how students can help–on the organization’s website. The site also features lesson plans on the effects of unsafe water, interactive teaching tools on the water cycle, and other resources.

Grove Early Childhood Center in Grove, OK [a 2011-2012 Sharing the Dream school]  sponsored a well in Kenya as part of their W.E.L.L. (Water Education for Little Learners) project. Read more about the project, and the remarkable true story that inspired it, here.


Global Resources for Schools is our twice-monthly feature highlighting international focused organizations, educational websites and resources to support educators in their efforts to create globally oriented schools.

Do you have a website, organization, resource or idea to share? Tell us about it in a comment.

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