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February 4, 2021

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Apr 1, 2021

The topic of using essential oils around pets is one that has been heavily debated for years. Dr. Janet Roark, a member of doTERRA’s Veterinarian Advisory Board, recently joined Oil Talk to...

Mar 30, 2021

The Women’s Success Center of Utah Valley University was created in 2011 to address low enrollment and graduation of women at the university. The center works with students to remove barriers to...

Mar 25, 2021

Dilmaya Bal of Nepal recently gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, Pratishya. In Nepal, proper medical care can be hard to come by, but fortunately Dilmaya was able to give birth in the newly...

Empowering Women: Water Station in Fonfrede, Haiti

Mar 15, 2021

Earlier this year, a new well and water station—funded by the doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation—was completed in Fonfrede, Haiti. Constructed from concrete, this water station is built to withstand the hurricanes that are common in the region. The structure consists of four water tanks, capable of holding 600 gallons each, which store and dispense water from the well.

Recently, doTERRA’s sourcing partner in the area gathered feedback from members of the community on how the water station is affecting their lives. Here is what two women from the community had to say:

Louise Gerrard used to be afraid people would harm her granddaughters, aged seven and eleven, when they woke early to gather water far from home. Now with a water station closer to home, her family is safer and enjoys the security of having access to clean water.

“Water is LIFE,” said August Gilbert. As a wife and mother to six children, the water station has helped her tremendously. She is able to use the water from the station to cook, keep her house clean, and do the family’s washing. Rather than waking early to fetch water before going to school, her children are able to rest and get to school on time. Most importantly, easy access to clean water has enabled August and her family to remain healthy.

To learn more about the doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation’s commitment to clean water and sanitation, please visit: https://doterrahealinghands.org/how-we-empower/people-communities/clean-water.

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