Today is World Water Day and I just wanted to share one way that Thirst Relief International is working to provide people with clean water around the world. During my time in Uganda, I documented the work that Thirst Relief is doing in the villages to bring people clean water. Thirst Relief funds the building of BioSand Water Filters. They have local labor teams in several different countries that construct these water purifying systems that are made from local materials. These filters hold about 80 liters of water and typically serve households of 7-9 people. These filters also take out the need to cut down trees for firewood to boil water, which is the traditional way people in the village try to kill bacteria in their water. $100 provides the supplies and labor cost to build a filter for a household, school or church. You can partner with Thirst Relief by donating $10 monthly or giving a donation here. Every bit helps someone. So take action and be a part of saving lives and transforming communities through clean water.