Posted by: mattnespoli | September 13, 2010

The New York Times Sums It All Up

Matt Nespoli is the President and Founder of Water for Waslala

Have you ever wondered how much our work is really transforming the lives of the people of Waslala? After all, we’re only building faucets in front of people’s houses, right? How transformational could such basic technology really be?

Well, look no further than this article from this weekend’s New York Times for validation of our work. The author perfectly captures the profound differences in the lives of those with and without access to clean water in rural areas around the world – places just like Waslala, Nicaragua.

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