If you visit the village of Nacipo, in South Sudan, you will see the women with whom Mercy Beyond Borders partners in promoting basic health. Anna Mijji, MBB's health promoter, works with families like this one. They live in thatch huts that the women build with their own hands. They spend hours every morning securing firewood for cooking and hauling water for daily use. The women are tremendously resilient and intelligent, but most have never been schooled, so they remain unaware of the connections between hand-washing and disease, or the benefits of keeping flies off food. MBB hosts weekly workshops to encourage simple changes that can dramatically improve health. It's working. We are already seeing changes!