We stand in the gap through philanthropy to assist alleviate poverty, disease and ignorance through provision of charity water projects in needy rural and urban communities in Africa.

Lack of access to safe drinking water is the cause of hunger, disease, and poverty in Africa. With lack of rains, getting a plate of food to feed on for some families in the dry eastern Kenya can be a luxury.

In the Kambaland communities of Kenya, two out of three people typically have no access to adequate water supply. The rains have become increasingly unpredictable and drought is inevitable.
Children have to take water to school with them, both to drink and for the school cooking; hence these children will walk many miles daily in search of water, thus wasting precious time for studies. Women and children spent most of their valuable time looking for water. The water they fetch after spending a whole day is often unclean and dirty. Consuming contaminated water poses major health issues, life and death.

Provision of water in Africa is mainly done via sinking of deep boreholes, construction of dams and through construction of water pans and sand dams.

We do not use third party organizations but implement all projects directly to the beneficiaries.

As for social responsibility, we have helped local Kamba communities with construction of water pans and tanks from time to time as the need arises. Your dollar too can provide a child in these poor communities with a meal and with a sponsorship from an organization, a community can be empowered with water for economic growth and food security through planting of crops. Partner with us to empower these communities.

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Women que for water in Africa
Locals que for water from an only water point in Arid Kitui Kenya in Africa.


 

 

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