Many charities recently promoted “Remember a Charity in your Will Week” which has got us thinking about life (the big thoughts!) & the footprints we leave behind…
The children who attend Tsuanda School in Mozambique often spend more time queuing for the toilet and fetching water than sitting in class, but with your help we can change that.
Meet some of the women in Village Water and partner teams in Mozambique (Watsan) and Zambia (ECHO):
Water means different things to different people.
We asked people in the UK, Zambia and Mozambique about what water means to them.
We celebrate the achievements of women and work to empower and improve their lives through providing access to safe water.
Mothers like Sara work hard to support their children, sometimes in the harshest of environments. Join us in celebrating the amazing things they do every day, this Mothers Day.
As a team we’re setting our own fundraising challenges over the next 40 days to help bring safe water to another community.
Rezinha and her children are now having to live in a makeshift home. Read her story below:
Tropical Cyclone Eloise has hit Mozambique, bringing heavy rain and dangerous winds in excess of 80 miles per hour.
Toilets are more than just pipes and porcelain. Girls like Regina understand that more than most, as she’s spent much of her life without having access to one.