Our goal has always been to see no-one left behind without safe water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH). So, alongside our regular pump repair projects, this year we are scaling up our work on a district wide plan in Nalolo district, Zambia.
Philip’s on his first trip into the field. This is the second story from his journey.
Philip’s on his first trip into the field. Read more about his journey…
In 2021 our partner ECHO, in Zambia, travelled to the remote north-east of Central Province where they met Rostina, a resident of Chola community. Their mission, to repair the village pump, now broken down for six years.
For the last 26 months, Village Water has supported a community in Zambia’s capital, Lusaka, to transform it’s health and wellbeing.
Life with safe water means being healthy and from that comes so many more opportunities. For Maria, it’s being able to play football with her friends…
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.
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?