The village has no running water, electricity or basic sanitation. Life expectancy is very low and many children die before their fifth birthday. The villagers (about 150 people) drink their water from a dirty muddy hole. The small hole is used by animals too. A clean water supply can help prevent diseases like diarrhea, cholera and typhoid. It also provides, dignity and a chance for a better future. Education, raises up strong leaders, making it possible to break the cycle of poverty.
With your support we can help with technical knowledge, cement, tools and a simple hand pump to enable the locals to dig their own well and then train the villagers to maintain the pump so it lasts for up to 20 years.
4,500 children die everyday from water related diseases. We're working to prevent waterborne disease and help people stay healthy. Clean water offers children improved health, a better quality of life and hope for a bright future via education