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El Salvador Water Project

The members of our Water Project committee, Mabel Najarro, Maureen Wild, Kay Conroy, Carrie Flemming, Cecilia Hudec and Maryanne Ruzzo, as well as all the Sisters are thrilled that our first water project in Chalatenango, El Salvador is complete.

The families now have water in their homes. Below is a video telling the story of the year-long process.

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El Salvador Water Project

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