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To raise the living standards and reduce mortality rates for communities in East Africa through the provision of safe, clean, and sustainable drinking water and sanitation facilities.

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Volunteer

We understand that not everyone can leave their family and home to work with foreign organisations.  That’s why we make it easy for you to contribute your skills, wisdom and time. You can volunteer from your home or, come and visit us in Kenya and see who we’re impacting.

Our Impact

To date, we have assisted over 240,000 people receive clean water and sanitation facilities – EVERY DAY. We are supporting more than 170 girls in Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda to receive sanitary products and mentorship through The Girl Project

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Around 2 billion people currently lack safely managed WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) services. unwater.org (2024)

Donations can be made online or via our bank accounts. You can even specify where your donation goes! When you make a donation online, you automatically get a receipt emailed to you. Remember to submit this in your annual rax return in New Zealand, Australia and the USA to receive a rebate

According to UN WATER (2024):

  • 2 billion people globally do not have access to safely managed drinking water.
  • 1,000 children under the age of 5 die every day due to unsafe water, sanitation and hygiene.
  • In order to achieve SDG 6, water and sanitation for all by 2030, there must be a six-fold increase in drinking water progression, a five-fold increase in sanitation, and a three-fold increase in hygiene.
  • To ensure that the most basic needs are met and public health risks are maintained at a low level, approximately 50 litres of water is required per person per day.
  • 207 million people travel over 30 minutes round trip to collect water.
  • Water and sanitation related diseases costs up to 5% GDP due to loss of productivity in many countries.
  • If universal access to safe sanitation, hygiene, and drinking water were achieved, the global disease burden would be decreased by 10%.
  • 783 million people do not have access to clean water and almost 2.5 billion do not have access to adequate

What we've done

Doves valley before
Doves valley afterwards
Girls showers before
Girls showers afterwards
Guttering before
Guttering after
Sams school before
Sams school after
Tuk girls before
Tuk boys before
Tuk girls after
Water before
Water after
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