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  • Age: 50
  • Religon: Christ-follower
  • Location: Dallas, TX
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Water is Basic | Steve Roese
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Celebrating New Wells | Steve Roese
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"So what do you think? Can we create a film for Water is Basic?" My question edged on overconfidence. "I don't think so." Steve Roese, director of the organization, had the look of a man burned by false promises too many times. I was shocked. Why wouldn't the executive director of a non-profit want a documentary that highlighted its quest to bring fresh water to the population of South Sudan? Studying Steve's doubtful eyes, I began to mentally re»
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"So what do you think? Can we create a film for Water is Basic?" My question edged on overconfidence. "I don't think so." Steve Roese, director of the organization, had the look of a man burned by false promises too many times. I was shocked. Why wouldn't the executive director of a non-profit want a documentary that highlighted its quest to bring fresh water to the population of South Sudan? Studying Steve's doubtful eyes, I began to mentally re»
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60 Meters in 60 Seconds | Water is Basic
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The following release is from the GOSS Mission in Washington DC. It now appears that history will be made in Sudan and a nation will be born. That process can partially be owned by all who have supported WIB these last four years. Water is so basic that when it is available it provides hope. The hard work continues though because as the diaspora returns the need for clean water will only increase. Please take a moment to think through how you can»
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Who would have ever thought it possible? Five years ago when we all began this crazy journey of ordering drilling rigs from Thailand, hiring and training crews, organizing communities and village chiefs and transporting teams across the world’s worst roads, who would have thought that peace would come so quickly and so “peacefully”? I am now on a plane returning form Southern Sudan where the joy of a new nation being born is around every co»
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Today I returned back to East Africa and our work in the Republic of South Sudan. With each passing year we have become more efficient and rather accustomed to the results of our work. But the work is too crucial to become ordinary. This is a year of great change! We have survived becoming our own sovereign nation and now the focus is on building: building a people, building a nation, and building a generation. However, in the midst of it all, it»
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You need to know about some significant things going on with the organization you support. As you know, Water is Basic is not a standard Western non-profit working in a developing nation. Our founding principle is to empower LOCAL leadership, trusting them to make independent decisions based on their unique culture and present needs. This is what makes us different, and what draws a variety of different folks around the US towards us. Since the b»