Divine Touching Life Foundation will construct 5 boreholes to provide clean portable drinking water to five communities with a population of 7727 people lacking water in Ghana.
What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
Statistics from the Ghana statistics services shows that, Ghana suffers from shortages in clean drinking water, particularly in the Northern Regions, where 40% (CWSA, 2009) of people use unimproved sources of drinking water. As a result, incidence of water-borne disease is high resulting to the loss of lives of both parents and their children. This project aims to construct 5 boreholes to provide clean portable drinking water to five communities with a total population of 7727 people.
How will this project solve this problem?
Divine Touching Life Foundation will construct 5 boreholes to provide clean portable drinking water to five communities lacking clean water which will prevent them from water-borne diseases. It will also help them to go about their normal daily activities without traveling several kilometers in search for water. It will also improve their health and well-being.
Potential Long Term Impact
This project will provide 5 boreholes to 8000 people in five communities lacking clean portable water to reduce water-borne diseases leading to the health and well-being of the villagers.
This project has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.