92% of pumps still working

*compared to an average of 68% in sub-Saharan Africa. We already have plans to repair the remaining 8%.

92% of pumps still working

*compared to an average of 68% in sub-Saharan Africa. We already have plans to repair the remaining 8%.

Our award-winning monitoring system means we can show you the real impact your support has, who it is helping and we can prove it!

When you donate to Village Water you are delivering lasting solutions, not short term fixes, to help children, parents, families and communities get safe water, learn how to protect themselves from disease and live healthier lives.

Our award-winning monitoring system means we can show you the real impact your support has, who it is helping and we can prove it!

When you donate to Village Water you are delivering lasting solutions, not short term fixes, to help children, parents, families and communities get safe water, learn how to protect themselves from disease and live healthier lives.

Read our Annual Reports & Accounts

What we’re doing, what it costs and how we make sure your donation is being spent where it’s most needed every year.

We are small but mighty

Our small size is our greatest strength.

We have the flexibility and space to try new things and adapt easily and quickly to the changing priorities of our local partners.

Our ethos of value for money helps us to reach many thousands of people every year, with no compromise on standards on a tight budget.

We have low running costs in the UK, allowing us to put more money where the need is greatest.

We are small but mighty

Our small size is our greatest strength.

We have the flexibility and space to try new things and adapt easily and quickly to the changing priorities of our local partners.

Our ethos of value for money helps us to reach many thousands of people every year, with no compromise on standards on a tight budget.

We have low running costs in the UK, allowing us to put more money where the need is greatest.

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Nalitongo Village

Our projects work

Nalitongo was the first village that we ever helped back in 2004, and we have continued to visit ever since. For the 127 people who live there, life changed with access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene.

In 2017 the villagers told us that because of safe water, they were able to set up eight gardens where they grow vegetables and bananas. Now, nobody goes hungry and there is extra to sell. They’ve pooled their resources, built a school and got the government to fund a teacher, who takes two classes daily.