Malawi

Bakili Village Well Project – Malawi

This project is made possible through the partnership of Water Charity and the National Peace Corps Association. LocationBakili Village, Mulanje District, Malawi. Community DescriptionBakili is a typical rural Malawian village without running water or electricity, located along a dirt road, a great distance from any paved road or urban area. Bakili lost a 14-year-old girl who went to fetch […]

Conclusion of Kazembe Village Well Project – Malawi

This project has been completed under the direction of Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, Michael Buckler. To read about the beginning of the project, CLICK HERE. We would like to thank Michael and Village X for once again for executing such a fine project. A Summary of Mike’s Report: Using funds from Water Charity, EZ Borehole Drillers drilled a […]

Kazembe Village Well Project – Malawi

This project is a product of the partnership between Water Charity & the National Peace Corps Association. LocationKazembe Village, Mulanje District, Malawi. Community Description Kazembe is a typical rural Malawian village without running water or electricity, located along a dirt road, a great distance from any paved road or urban area. Kazembe residents fetch water […]

Conclusion of Bakili Well Project – Malawi

This project has been completed under the direction of Peace Corps Volunteer Michael Buckler.To read about the beginning of the project, CLICK HERE. We would like to thank Mike and Village X once again for executing such a fine project, and we would also like to thank everyone whose support and contributions also helped make this possible. […]

Nachuma Village Water Project – Malawi

This project is made possible through the partnership of Water Charity and the National Peace Corps Association. LocationNachuma Village, Zomba District, Malawi Community DescriptionNachuma is a typical rural Malawian village without running water or electricity, located along a dirt road, about a two-hour walk from the city of Zomba. Nachuma, an unusually large village (two […]

Siyabu Village Water Project – Malawi

This project is made possible through the partnership of Water Charity and the National Peace Corps Association. LocationSiyabu Village, Zomba District, MalawiCommunity DescriptionSiyabu is a typical rural Malawian village without running water or electricity, located along a dirt road, about a two-hour walk from the city of Zomba. Problem AddressedThere is no accessible clean water source for rural residents of Siyabu Village. […]

Conclusion of Nachuma Village Water Project – Malawi

This project has been completed under the direction of Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Michael Buckler & Village X. To read about the beginning of the project, CLICK HERE. Mike Reports: Using funds from Water Charity, EZ Borehole Drillers drilled a borehole at Nachuma Village, Malawi, starting on December 8, 2015, and finishing on December 11, 2015. The borehole was drilled […]

Malawi Borehole Training Program

This project is made possible through the partnership of WATER CHARITY and the NATIONAL PEACE CORPS ASSOCIATION. Introduction Two million people in Malawi don’t have access to safe water. Over 3,000 children die each year from diarrhea caused by unsafe water and poor sanitation. The people of Malawi have an urgent need for local sources […]

Conclusion of Siyabu Village Water Project – Malawi

This project has been completed under the direction of Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Mike Buckler and Village X. To read about the beginning of the project, CLICK HERE. Mike Reports: Using funds from Water Charity, EZ Borehole Drillers drilled a borehole at Siyabu Village – Malawi, starting on November 24, 2015, and finishing on December 1, 2015. The […]

Conclusion of Bangu Well Project – Malawi

This project has been completed under the direction of Peace Corps Volunteer Amy Cross. To read about the beginning of the project, CLICK HERE. The project was to build and improve wells in the community. Amy reports: I completed the project shortly before being transferred to a new site. Four wells were improved. The volunteer who […]