Tag Archives: WASH

Keeping water supplies flowing for the long term in Zambia’s remote communities

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.

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.

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Distrust, rumor, and misinformation over Covid Vaccines in Mozambique

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.

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.

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Boys and girls now learn together. Period.

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:

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:

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Covid-19: A second ‘wave’ in Zambia and Mozambique?

As winter approaches, the UK is reacting to a second wave of Covid 19. The importance of handwashing, hygiene and sanitation has never been more significant in a country where safe water is already conveniently available to all.

As winter approaches, the UK is reacting to a second wave of Covid 19. The importance of handwashing, hygiene and sanitation has never been more significant in a country where safe water is already conveniently available to all.

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“480-something” kids to one toilet – Lui Secondary School

Regina (14) and Kanguya (17) attend Lui primary school near Kaoma in western Zambia. Initially the school relied on a single hand pump for its entire water supply.

Regina (14) and Kanguya (17) attend Lui primary school near Kaoma in western Zambia. Initially the school relied on a single hand pump for its entire water supply.

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