What does Village Water do… and where?

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Since 2004 we have been committed to helping end the water and sanitation crisis in Africa. Working alongside our independent African partners to install and repair water points in villages and schools, train communities how to build and maintain their own sanitation devices (toilets, hand washing points and bath shelters) and promote good hygiene practice like proper hand washing. Our projects reduce cases of common waterborne disease such a diarrhoea and improve health long-term. We also run educational sessions on taboo subjects like menstruation and early marriage to empower young girls and break harmful stigmas and traditions that stop them from thriving. 

We collaborate with leading water, sanitation and hygiene education (WASH) charities, research institutes and funders to find locally appropriate and sustainable solutions and strengthen WASH networks already in place. 

We have worked in Western Province and North Western Province Zambia since 2004 and Manica Province, Mozambique since 2015.