Life Without Water

by The John Mashaka Foundation
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Aug 11, 2020

EVEN IN COVID-19 PANDEMIC, WE STILL NEED WATER

Dear Supporter,
The world has changed, in the face of COVID-19 water has become more important than ever before. There are people that cant wash their hands due to lack of water, we are seeing hope in a community that was forgotten. Positive change. Women are physically clean, and healthy looking. You will know the importance of  water in human life by visiting Manila Village.

Lives have been changed. Where women and children used to walk more than 23KM a day in pursuit of less than 3 gallons of water, spending almost a whole day. Now, at their doorsteps, five minutes away, they are getting clean safe, drinking water.

Challenging hower is the increasing demand as the population grows. This project is not stopping here. We are expanding it. We need to add additional pipes for the water to reach many in the community, we are in need of additional pipes that will supply water within a five miles radius

The Manila water project has changed lives. It has brought a relief and a big impact to the lives of the people. Children are now getting a chance to go to school. Women are having time to engage in other economic activities. Above all waterborne illnesses have been significantly reduced if not eliminated. The residents are now walking less than five minutes to fetch, clean and safe drinking water

This would not have been possible without help from people like you. We are grateful to part of GlobalGiving, due to what its members and supporters are doing across the world. We need your support. Donate into this worthy cause We need to get this water to many more than 3500 people.

Our Journey to make the world a better place has just started. We are counting on you, please give us a hand we need to continue making water available to the needy. Support us, pass the word to friends and co-workers. We are counting on you. Please spread the word to family and friends. 
We need your help to get water to more communities and also to maintain our exisiting project
Thanks
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The John Mashaka Foundation

Location: Charlotte, North Carolina - USA
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Adrian Felder
Charlotte, North Carolina United States
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