Wells of Love
Student Service Learning Program

Learn, Engage, Act

Be a student leader in the fight against climate change — and for access to education!
Join our worldwide movement to raise €340K/$385K to build the “Water is Education” borehole!
40,000 people will to gain access to clean water, and as many as 5,000 children will be able to attend school.

Wells of Love empowers students as stewards for our earth and humanity. Our “Heroes of Compassion” gain awareness about global concerns such as food, water, human rights and climate change — issues that directly impact the vulnerable indigenous populations Amman Imman serves. We provide support for students as they enact group and individual projects to help our communities. They are positioned to become environmental advocates, humanitarian leaders and compassionate philanthropists.

Wells of Love - Uniting people of all ages

Uniting young people of all ages, from preschoolers to university students, as caring philanthropists capable of turning their empathy into direct action.

Wells of Love - Increasing awareness among students

Increasing awareness among students about some of the most crucial humanitarian and environmental issues of our time.

Wells of Love - Connecting cultures

Connecting cultures through reciprocal exchanges that nurture friendships and promote international understanding.

Wells of Love - Transforming perspectives

Transforming perspectives and attitudes as youth become leaders who make a positive, tangible impact in the world.

Wells of Love - Empowering youth as activists

Empowering youth as activists as they raise funds and awareness for some of the world’s most underserved and vulnerable populations.

Wells of LoveWhat You Can Do

  1. Learn about the crisis in the Azawak
  1. Take Action
  1. Share your experience
  • Post stories and photos on social media, and tag Amman Imman
  • Encourage other students and schools to get involved
  • Stay connected with Amman Imman on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Since  2006, students in schools around the world have helped Amman Imman support the indigenous populations of the Azawak with water and food security programs, health care and health education, women’s empowerment projects, education and economic development activities.  

Students have made presentations about Amman Imman’s work, organized school-wide campaigns like “A Walk for Water” and the “Amman-a-thon”, held events from bake and craft sales to neighborhood carnivals, and rallied their schools and communities by raising funds through numerous creative and fun activities.

Amman Imman representatives are available to speak at schools, workshops, teacher trainings, conferences and special events. We can also share our presentation with you online via Skype.

Our engaging presentations are:

  • Tailored to suit various age levels
  • Appropriate for small and large groups
  • Supported by online resources
  • Arranged for various schedules and budgets, including:
    • single one-hour presentation
    • Multiple workshop sessions spanning several days
    • Follow-up support for activities and projects

Please contact debbie@ammanimman.org to make arrangements.

We have online tools including curriculum materials, photos, videos and planning kits that you can use to organize your own presentation and campaign.