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The water was clean and abundant.
The water came out of the ground cold and fresh.
Who's excited about clean water?
Water never tasted so good.
This young woman is filling one of the first bottles from the well.
Our founder, Shannon, even got in on the fun.
We opened up the pipes and let the water flow.
The kids loved playing in the water.
Clean water for everyone!
This home will soon be served clean water right outside their door.
This is one of three shallow, contaminated wells used by the 120+ families in El Porvenir.
The former railroad path makes the main road through El Porvenir.
Most homes in El Porvenir are constructed with cardboard, wood and plastic.
These three kids are ready for some clean water.
Jackson was very excited about the new well and clean water.
Many from the community came out to celebrate the dedication of the well.
We held a dedication ceremony for the well.
Everyone was excited to come out for the dedication ceremony.
Josh, one of the Su Nica founders, and Shannon, our founder, feel like they are on top of the world, as they stand atop the water tower prior to the celebration.
Thousands of gallons of clean water fill this tank!
The tank sits atop a 20m tower, ready to serve the community with it's abundant clean water.
Thank you to these families, who gave at or above the 0 level to help Turn On The Water in El Porvenir.
Shannon is excited to climb to the top of this tower and see the clean water pouring in.