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Voss Foundation is thrilled to introduce singer-songwriter, author, and philanthropist, Jewel, one of our 2015 Women Helping Women Honorees, to our supporters. Jewel is also once of Voss Foundation’s earliest supporters. Jewel founded Project Clean Water in 1997 after experiencing for herself what it was like to live without access to clean water. Then, in 2009, Jewel’s…

Students at the Georges Malaika School for Girls are going back to class! The first girls’ school in the region, in the village of Kalebuka in the Democratic Republic of Congo, is the site of a 2010 Voss Foundation Women Helping Women clean water project. Our well was dug before the school was constructed because…

Voss Foundation’s Women Helping Women initiative funded the construction of two wells in Kalebuka, Democratic Republic of Congo: one at the Georges Malaika School for Girls for the students’ use, and a second in the village for the community. Voss Foundation’s well at the school is the only source of water, and serves the kitchen, toilets,…

    Kamalala Mutamba Nicie is a student in the Primary 3rd grade B class at the Georges Malaika School for Girls in Kalebuka, Democratic Repulic of The Congo. She is the youngest of her family. Her favorite lesson is art and she loves the color blue, but not as much as she loves when…

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