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CONCLUSION OF THIES REGION WATER PROJECT MBOUR-SENEGAL

Mbour Project 1- Daru Salam Village GPS: N14ᴼ25.040 W016ᴼ56.682 DARU SALAM VILLAGE is located on the outskirts of Mbour, Senegal. It has a population of about 400 people. The community is composed of Mandinka, Wollof and Serere tribes. It is predominantly Mandinka who migrated to this area from southern Senegal. The community depends on traditional […]

Conclusion Of Foni Jarrol District Rehab Tour Phase-3

West Coast Region, The Gambia Foni Jarrol is one of the nine districts of The West Coast Region, which is located to the south of the Gambia River in the southwest of the country. Foni Jarrol is in the far east of the region, between Foni Bondali and the border with Senegal. The district is widely dominated by the Jola tribe and it is well […]

Thies Region Water Project Mbour—Senegal

    Mbour is located in the middle of the Petite Cote region, only 80km south of Dakar, Senegal. Supporting a population of around 200,000, it’s Senegal’s fifth largest city and one of the country’s fastest growing. As a large city, Mbour contains a mélange of all of the countries’ ethnic groups and languages. While […]

Poblado Ocho de Julio Water Project – Mexico

Location: The community is located along the river just outside of the small city of Belisario Dominguez on the coastal side of the Sierra Madre mountain range. This project has been completed. To read about the conclusion, CLICK HERE. Problem to be addressed: The amount of water available to the community has diminished significantly due […]

Barrio Las Cruces Water Project – Mexico

This project is made possible through the partnership of WATER CHARITY and the NATIONAL PEACE CORPS ASSOCIATION. This project has been completed.  To read about the conclusion, CLICK HERE. Location Barrio Las Cruces, Chiapas, México Community Description Barrio Las Cruces is a neighborhood of 35 homes with 185 inhabitants, plus one on the way. The community […]

Village Well Program Phase I – Madagascar

This program is made possible through the partnership of WATER CHARITY and the NATIONAL PEACE CORPS ASSOCIATION, working with THE MADAGASCAR WATER. Village Well Program Phase I:   ​8 Wells For Six Villages in Madagascar Location:  Six Villages (Fokotany), East Coast of Madagascar; Region of Antsinanana; District of Mahanoro Commune of Masomeloka:                    Fokotany of Masomeloka, […]

Conclusion of Water Project for Poblado Ocho de Julio – Mexico

The people in Poblado Ocho de Julio have a last realized their long-awaited desire to secure enough water for all 63 families living there.   With the completion of their water project, they now can rest assured that going forward, each family will be able to better prepare their coffee for the market.  This opens the […]

Handwashing & Hygiene Initiative – COVID-19 Relief in Lome, Maritime, Togo

SV-TOGO team members based in the capital of Togo, Lome, have been hard at work to figure out cost-effective ways to provide relief during the Coronavirus outbreak to some of the hard-hit areas – notably under-funded hospitals and clinics around Lome. Coronavirus has prompted the closure of borders, putting those who relied on petty trade into financial distress. Trade […]

Annual Partnership Conference – Togo, April 2021

Water Charity debuted their Annual Partnership Conference in Togo in April of 2021. Having wrapped up our extensive Countrywide Village Assessments program in early 2020, and with Togo rebounding after a long shutdown due to COVID-19, the desire to gather and set intentions for the year 2021, as well as form further bonds between Water […]

Handwashing & Hygiene Initiative – COVID-19 Relief in Kpalime, Plateaux, Togo

Phase One   The Coronavirus pandemic has created challenges across the globe and affected populations in every continent, region, and country. An opportunity we found to work amid these challenges was in reinforcing hygiene and sanitation practices through the help of our local partners.   AVIDI-TOGO has been a wonderful partner for Water Charity in Togo and through […]