Solving the world’s water problem requires the skills and resources of every part of Christ’s body: multi-disciplinary scholarship, cross-cultural competency and experience in international development.

Work related to clean water in developing global regions requires interdisciplinary approaches that cross political, cultural, historical, legal, and technical boundaries. CWICC gives opportunity for staff and students from several disciplines, in partnership with agencies already doing excellent water work, to leverage and advance their passion and gifts in the combined areas of teaching, scholarship and service.