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…
For Namangolwa and her friends being able to go to school is a dream come true. A new water point in their village means that instead of spending hours each day collecting water, they are able to regularly attend lessons.
Whenever we support a community with fixing or installing a water point, our local partners always run hygiene promotion sessions and make sure that community members understand the importance of washing hands to prevent disease.
Evelyn is a farmer and mother to 11 children. She had to walk long distances every day to collect water for her family and livelihood.
Stanley Zawa has a dream. After watching the pump in his village being rehabilitated, he was inspired and told us about his plans for the future.
For the last 26 months, Village Water has supported a community in Zambia’s capital, Lusaka, to transform it’s health and wellbeing.
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:
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…
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.
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.