We are delighted that the lovely Advolly Richmond presented for us on the BBC Radio 4 Charity Appeal. If you would still like to listen you can visit the BBC page here
Learn all about Advolly in our interview with her below:
“I remember as a child growing up in rural Zimbabwe having to help carry water from the river, and what a lot of time and effort it took. Village Water’s work really resonates with me personally”
Listen to Advolly on why she is supporting Village Water:
More about Village Water
Our integrated approach
Our integrated hygiene and sanitation training with schools and communities alongside bringing safe water supports long-term behaviour change. Clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene practices mean improved heath, more chance to work and greater access to education.
Many girls drop out of school once they reach puberty due to the lack of decent and private facilities. Providing year-round safe water, private toilets and showers encourages girls to remain in school and learn. Just £30 could bring safe water and sanitation to 10 more
Solar powered water systems
With so much free sunshine in countries like Mozambique and Zambia, using solar power is cost effective, environmentally friendly and it works, particularly for schools with a large number of students
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