Meet some of the women in Village Water and partner teams in Mozambique (Watsan) and Zambia (ECHO):
Rufaro Njopera works as the Finance officer for our Mozambican partner WATSAN, and she has also taken on the task of collecting stories, pictures and film clips for Village Water. We have been so impressed by her many talents. Read her Interview below:
As a highly infectious new strain of COVID-19 spreads through southern Africa, the poorest rural villages in Mozambique where we work, will unlikely receive vaccines for some time if at all.
Water means different things to different people.
We asked people in the UK, Zambia and Mozambique about what water means to them.
Life for a woman or girl is still disproportionately harder than a man or boy in many countries. To achieve safe water and sanitation for all we have to include women at the table.
We’ve been working hard to complete our projects at 7 de Abril school, Chimoio, Mozambique. The school has 9436 students who have been relying on just 6 latrines. But building a completely new water system has not been plain sailing for our local partners WATSAN Mozambique:
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.
10-year-old Hetler recently moved with his family, but as 54% of peri-urban schools have no safe water what was he moving to?