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.
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.
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.
Ed’s life-long mission to help others has now supported life-long change for hundreds of communities in our Zambian projects.
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.
We celebrate the achievements of women and work to empower and improve their lives through providing access to safe water.
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.
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.