“We have cases where we are working with organizations that do that,” says Stan Patyrak, Senior Director of Partnerships for Living Water International. While teaching communities agricultural practices isn’t a systematic part of Living Water’s work, World Relief is trying to teach farming in Kenya, and Living Water is helping to solve their irrigation problems. Living Water also works with institutions like non-profits, orphanages and schools. “A lot of those institutions already have ideas of how they want to do more development, but they’re stunted because they don’t have water access.”
From The Justice Conference 2012.