Life Without Water

Feb 22, 2012

Initial Report

Solar Panels for the Water Tower Power
Solar Panels for the Water Tower Power

Dear Supporter,

We would like to take this opportunity to say thank you for your kind donations into our clean water project. This means a lot to us and the people who will be benefiting from your generosity especially women and children that are currently walking more than 20 miles for less than 5 gallons of water.

Because our program is an ongoing, its implementation will be on step by step basis. So far we have purchased the water pump and a few solar panels that will be powering the water tower itself. As we continue in our fundraising effort will be keeping you updated on the progress

 We are still on the fundraising campaign trying to reach our goal and are counting on you to spread the word to make it happen. Upon completion of the project, we anticipate to make water available to more than 23,000 in rural Tanzania.



Grundfos Water Pumps
Grundfos Water Pumps



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The John Mashaka Foundation

Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

Project Leader

Adrian Felder

Charlotte, North Carolina United States

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Map of Life Without Water