With the following interactive map you can zoom in on the communities where Agua Yaku has been working hard to bring clean water to rural families Bolivia. Click on the icons to find out more about each community–and to see what we did, when we did it, and who we did it with. There might […]
Well, it is the rainy season in Bolivia. The Agua Yaku team spends more time trying to get out of mud holes (or pull other people out) than we would wish for, but we are still getting out there and drilliing wells where clean water is needed.
I just finished our new website section called “How We Work,” where I explain in detail the philosophy behind the “how” and “why” of what Agua Yaku does in Bolivia. I thought I would repost it here so that our blog readers could have the first look at this document. Thank you so much for […]
Welcome to our new Agua Yaku Website. Our page has been down for way too long, but now we have a new design and a new webmaster. We hope you like it. We will be adding new content much more regularly. Let us know if there are any features or material that you would like […]
Check out our latest video from the great week we had with First Baptist Benbrook in more than a dozen rural communities in the provinces of Chuquisaca and Tarija distributing water filters and Bibles.
We continue to drill wells and distribute water filters throughout many rural communities in Bolivia. It is such a privilege and a joy to see the smiling faces of families when they witness clean water gushing out of the ground for the first time, or when they see how a water filter can change muddy […]
Here is a short video recap of Agua Yaku’s recent motorcycle adventure/water filter distribution trip with Christ Community Church from Ames, Iowa. Guys, thanks for coming out and working so hard to get clean water for all of these kids!
In early October Agua Yaku teamed up with volunteers from Christ Community Church in Ames, Iowa in a unique way to deliver water filters and clean water stations to a number of communities in “Los Valles” of Santa Cruz. After three days of drilling a water well in the community of La Verdad, a couple […]
At the end of July, Agua Yaku teamed up with five volunteers from ABLE (Assisted Better Living Everywhere), a U.S. based service organization, to distribute water filters in Guarani communities along the Pilcomayo river in Tarija. We worked closely with local pastors and missionaries who intimately know the communities and their needs. We were able […]
Hello again from the jungle metropolis of Santa Cruz, Bolivia! We have had a busy spring with teams and volunteers visiting and plenty of activity here in Santa Cruz. Our family will be staying in Bolivia this summer, hosting several teams that will be focused both on ministry here in the city and in our […]