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Conclusion of Guatemala School Water Project

Water Access and Sanitation Initiative in Semil, Guatemala INTRODUCTION Semil is a small Mayan village in Guatemala, home to a vibrant community of approximately 12,000 indigenous Mayan people living within an hour’s walk of the local school. While this village is rich in cultural heritage, it faces significant modern challenges, particularly in terms of access […]

Conclusion Of Flood Emergency Relief – Pakistan

Background The monsoon season in Pakistan, which lasts from June to October, was devastating in 2022. It was the worst the country has ever seen. Millions of people were affected by flooding, which created a crisis where clean water – among other necessities – was desperately needed. The floods caused damage to water systems in […]

Northern Bahr el Ghazal & Warrap Well Rehabilitation Program – South Sudan

Water Charity has already been working primarily in the south around Yei River State, for more details on the South Sudan Well Rehab Program, CLICK HERE. Water Charity in partnership with Water is Basic, is excited to launch a transformative project focused on rehabilitating and restoring 100 boreholes in the Northern Bahr el Ghazal and […]

Final Report of Water Filter Distribution – Karuk Tribe

The Karuk Tribe is a Native American tribe located in northern California, primarily in the Klamath River region. They are one of several indigenous groups in the state of California and have a rich cultural heritage and history. The Karuk Tribe’s traditional territory encompasses parts of northern California, including Humboldt County, Siskiyou County, and Trinity […]

Water Filter Distribution – Marshall Islands

The availability of clean water is considered a basic human right, yet in many places, including the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI), access to clean water remains a significant challenge. More than one billion people in developing regions still lack access to safe water sources, leading to severe health issues. Every year, 2-3 million […]

Busoga Region Borehole Program First Round Progress Report – Uganda

The Busoga Region borehole program was launched on 13 March. The launch was attended by political and religious leaders, journalists, government officials, health teams and village elders. They discussed the land to be allocated for the borehole and the election of a Bore Hole Leadership Committee (BHLC). The purpose of the Bore Hole Leadership Committee […]

Busoga Region Borehole Program – Uganda

, This project is made possible through the partnership of WATER CHARITY and the OKOA Hero’s Child Ministries. Location Iganga District, Uganda Community Description Iganga District in Uganda is home to a population of about 402,000 people according to City Population. Most of the people living in it are peasants who have limited access to […]

Guatemala School Water Project

Location : Semil, Guatemala  Community Description  Semil is a small Mayan Village in Guatemala. The village has a population of close to 1800 people but there are around 12,000 indigenous Mayan people within one hour’s walking distance of the school and there is no running water or filtered drinking water in this village and most children […]

Flood Emergency Relief—Pakistan

It is hard to comprehend the scale of the flood disaster in Pakistan, the 5th most populated nation in the world. Nearly 1600 dead, 1 million houses were damaged or destroyed, and over 60,000,000 people were displaced. 1/3 of the country is underwater. The extent of the August flooding in Pakistan was unprecedented. As the […]

Dula Well Project – Uganda

Dula, Uganda Project  to Eliminate Disease and Provide Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene  Chris Roesel, Jeff Morgan, Eric Lehan, and CCEDUC  December, 2020 This project is made possible through the partnership of WATER CHARITY and the National Peace Corps Association. This proposal is to provide water and stop preventable diseases in a rural community of Uganda. The community we propose to help […]