Eyes Wide Open

A new exhibit has been released at the Harvard University called “Eyes Wide Open”. Select photos were chosen from a Partners for Care trip to Kenya this past year.

Kenyan Women Transporting Water Home with PackH2O Water Backpacks

In Parkishon Village, near Marsabit Town in far Northeastern Kenya women walk up to 8 hours in search of water.  The water back pack makes their long walk easier.

Many women are used to carrying children on their backs. The mothers Partners for Care worked with were happy with the change after seeing the value of PackH2O.

Many women are used to carrying children on their backs. The mothers Partners for Care worked with were happy with the change after seeing the value of PackH2O.

You can support Partners for Care by giving a water backpack in support of the millions in Kenya who suffer due to the Global Water Crisis. Give a pack!

The pack was originally introduced to Kenya by Habitat for Humanity and Partners for Care

The pack was originally introduced to Kenya by Habitat for Humanity and Partners for Care

Title: The Long Walk Home
Photographer: Pastor John Hirbo, Director of Marsabit Outreach, Partners for Care Kenya
Location: Parkishon Village, Kenya

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