1. Jars of Clay - "Two Hands" - Official Music Video


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    Music video for Jars of Clay's "Two Hands," from the 2009 album, The Long Fall Back To Earth

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    • Meet Leah


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      Leah smiles when she speaks of how she and her husband Moses met, and the loving father he was to their three children. After his sudden passing, Leah learned of his infection with HIV/AIDS and soon decided to get tested herself. Discovering that she was also positive, the workers at the Lwala Community Hospital helped her be open about her status and receive the care she needs. Leah has inspired others in her community in Lwala, Kenya to be tested and know their status so that they too can live healthy lives. Leah now participates in hygiene and sanitation training and recognizes the importance of clean water for those living with HIV. She also supports her family through making and selling soap. Her strong faith and supportive community help her through hard times and it is clear by her smile that hope prevails. http://www.bloodwatermission.com/i-know-leah.php

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      • I Know Someone - How We Work: AIDS


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        http://www.bloodwatermission.com/aids Over 33 million people in the world are infected with HIV/AIDS, and 2/3 of them live in Sub-Sarahan Africa. But because of the barriers of education and understanding, many of us don't know anyone affected by this disease. For those living with HIV/AIDS, drinking contaminated water opens the door to opportunistic infections in an already weakened immune system. This direct link between AIDS and water launched the dual purpose of Blood:Water Mission: clean blood, free from HIV/AIDS and clean water, free from disease. While there is no one-size-fits-all solution to AIDS, we are working through our partners to address the local gaps in HIV/AIDS programs implementing effective and sustainable solutions including education, treatment and support. Through our partnership in several communities, we have been able to walk alongside many living positively and get to know their stories. We now invite you to know them too. Here are a few inspiring people we've met along the way that we hope will help you be able to say "I Know Someone." http://www.bloodwatermission.com/i-know-someone.php

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        • ONE DROP by Plumb (Blood:Water Mission video)


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          Our amazingly talented friend, Plumb, collaborated with us to create this video and show how it only takes one drop of your love to change the world. Give to our neighbors in Africa and share this video with others. You CAN make a difference...make that difference today and be sure to spread the word. http://www.bloodwatermission.com/communitybuilder/ Very special thanks to Plumb (http://www.plumbinfo.com) for contributing her music and talents to our cause. Her brand new album, NEED YOU NOW, will be released on February 26th, but ONE DROP is available now as a single on iTunes: http://bit.ly/PlumbOneDrop (ONE DROP counts towards iTunes's "complete-my-album" so you won't need to purchase it again later if you decide you want the whole album when it's released.)

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          • Community Health Promoters - How People in Africa Use Sanitation Education to Combat Disease


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            Many rural African communities lack access to any kind of medical care. For years, Blood:Water Mission has worked to establish healthcare facilities where these rural communities exist, like the New Life Medical Center in Kitgum, Uganda. At this very moment, these facilities are providing a space for patients to be treated, doctors and staff to work, and medicine to be administered. Lives are being saved each and every day. But, there is a critical component not immediately apparent that facilities like the New Life Medical Center provides: education in health and sanitation. Within these centers, there are people called Community Health Promoters who are educated in health and sanitation. As representatives of their communities, Community Health Promoters travel sometimes great distances to Blood:Water Mission funded medical facilities to learn how to combat diseases in their homes using health and sanitation practices not usually taught where they live. The impact is enormous because many of the diseases rural communities face can be treated using simple health practices, like hand washing, which are techniques Community Health Promoters teach to their neighbors. Community Health Promoters also help reduce stigma in the regions by sharing the medical knowledge they learned at the treatment centers with their communities and neighboring communities. Through this knowledge, the causes of sickness become less of an unknown and, as a result, the fear many faced when they fell ill before is no longer feared again. Begun by Community Health Promoters, neighbors learn how they can help one another and no one is left to treat their illness alone. Equipped with disease fighting knowledge, they can now depend on each other to overcome sickness and prevent it from spreading in the future. Financial support provided to Blood:Water Mission ensures that the number of these amazing individuals will continue to grow and improve health in not only the specific areas the health facilities exist, but the regions as as whole. Give today and let us share the knowledge...together. Give. Share. Empower. http://www.bloodwatermission.com

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            • Ride:Well Pacific Coast Pioneers


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              Riding our bicycles all around the USA Doin' the best we can to save the people of the world today yeah yeah Mother Falcon!

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              • The Tumaini Medical Center in Kenya, two years on


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                In 2009, Food for the Hungry and Blood:Water Mission formed a partnership to launch the Tumaini Medical Center in Marsabit, Northern Kenya. Here is an update on the lives being saved and changed by this collaboration....

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                • venture expeditions changed my life.


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                  this is a video with an explanation of how my involvement with venture expeditions has changed my life so far. i made it for their partner dinner. oct 22, 2009 in minneapolis, mn!!

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                  • Deck the Stalls - Give 2,600 People in Cyanika, Rwanda a Proper Latrine


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                    This Christmas, help us "Deck the Stalls" to provide latrines for 2,600 people in Cyanika, Rwanda. Because everyone deserves a place to go. http://www.bloodwatermission.com/christmas/

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                    • Blood:water Mission


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                      Video provided by Blood:Water Mission to be added to their profile in our non-profit funding vote.

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