Providing Access to Water for Families in Niger

 
$2,670
$47,330
Raised
Remaining
Aug 13, 2008

August 2008 Update: Providing Access to Water for Families in Niger

People working on a well
People working on a well

Project achievements to date include:

The rehabilitation of 6 wells, which provide clean drinking water for upward of 1,100 people. Increased knowledge amongst families and communities of the importance of clean water and RI-constructed access points.

The promotion of local contingency/early warning systems and mechanisms that promote better natural resource management. Selective installation of hand-dug wells, used to increase the availability of water resources where other supply options are limited.

People working on a well 2
People working on a well 2
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Organization

Relief International

Los Angeles, CA, United States
http://www.ri.org

Project Leader

Brenna Taylor-Ford

Philanthropy Associate
Los Angeles, California United States

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