WCC water project is to provide clean drinking water to communities in the Eastern of (Freetown)Sierra leone. There is a desperate need of water supply in Sierra Leone. Young people have to walk 3 to 4miles everyday just to fetch water needed for their households. This will also help children and parents to enhance healthy child development, safe drinking water and strengthen community partnerships. The water Programme adds value to the overall development context by offering an alternative .
There is a desperate need of water supply in Sierra Leone. Young people have to walk 3 to 4miles everyday just to fetch water needed for their households. In addition some of the water these young people collect from the streams is sometimes unhealthy and unsafe for drinking due to upstream contamination such as human faeces yeetc. As a result WCC aims to construct an additional five water wells in the community adding to the one already donated as an approach to counter the poor water situation
The project aims to promote children development which is essential for the future of a healthy and sustainable local community. It seeks to re-build Sierra Leone's decimated civil society, starting in the Eastern by working with international and local NGO partners to: 1. Offer hope for a brighter future and a sense of purpose for some of Sierra Leone's abandoned and forgotten children. 2. Transform health and sanitation standards in Sierra Leon by encouraging social mobilisation
By Helping Sierra Leone to become a vibrant and self-wear of their hygiene in the community, that is less reliant on external aid in the long term. Our water programmes aid them to overcome the trauma caused by war and the basic health and sanitation training that we deliver is helping to reduce child mortality rates from easily avoidable infections and Vital HIV/AIDS prevention messages and those aimed at reducing other contagious diseases are made easier for the children grasp by delivering t