Posts by Agua Viva International

CUBA

Posted by on Feb 5, 2018 in Blog | 0 comments

Agua Viva is, once again, pioneering new territory.  On February 15, 2018, Dale Wilson, Jim Allen, and Mario Mejia will be heading out into the unknown to perform a site investigation in Baitquiri, Cuba.  Baitquiri is a very small and very poor community on the far southeast corner of Cuba.  This village is in the State of Guantanamo; one of the most under-developed areas of Cuba. Agua Viva has a new friend there named Pastor Leandro Miguel Perez Ramirez and we will be performing site investigations at a few different sites.  One site is a new “church plant” for the Methodist Church nearby....

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2017 Annual Celebration Recap

Posted by on Dec 16, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off on 2017 Annual Celebration Recap

Two hundred of Agua Viva’s best friends celebrated Agua Viva’s “Night at the Diamond” at Kauffman Stadium on November 17th. Guests enjoyed food stations featuring Aramark’s best gourmet entrees: lobster corn dogs, beef sliders, Chipotle Chicken Tacos and much more while they strolled the Diamond Club to learn more about Agua Viva’s mission. Our install team displayed an actual water board so guests could visualize the equipment and how the system purifies water. Other stations highlighted the Agua Viva’s vision for education, volunteerism, gender empowerment and micro finance. Many...

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Join Our Cause

Posted by on Dec 15, 2017 in Featured | Comments Off on Join Our Cause

Join Our Cause

100% of the money raised goes directly to installing water systems in under developed countries.  No salaries, No administrative fees, just clean water.

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AVI Honored by First Lego League Contestants

Posted by on Dec 12, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off on AVI Honored by First Lego League Contestants

Agua Viva was honored to share our vision for water with a group of 5th grade students at Harmony Elementary School in Overland Park who entered the First Lego League Contest. During our discussion and presentation students asked Agua Viva what problems are encountered when installing purification systems in developing countries. After exploring several options, they decided to focus their research on the problem of transporting water from the purification site to a home, school, or kiosk. When a 5 gallon bottle of water weighs 40 pounds, and many communities do not have motorized vehicles...

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Curt Mader Receives Honored Buck O’Neil Legacy Seat

Posted by on Jun 14, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off on Curt Mader Receives Honored Buck O’Neil Legacy Seat

Curt Mader Receives Honored Buck O’Neil Legacy Seat

Curt Mader, CEO of non-profit Agua Viva International, will be the proud recipient of the Buck O’Neal Legacy Seat when the Kansas City Royals play the Boston Red Sox  at 7:15 pm, on June 19, 2017.  Please watch us on TV!  Or, better yet, come to the Royals Stadium and watch us on the big screen!  Curt Mader and Agua Viva International have installed 15 water purification systems in poor indigenous communities of Guatemala, Honduras, Ecuador, and Tanzania, Africa.  Each system serves a community of about 2,000 people.  More than three million people die each year from water related illnesses...

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