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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 Second Round – Uganda

PROJECT TITLE: ROUND 2 (10 BOREHOLE CONSTRUCTION) -BUSOGA REGION BORE HOLE PROGRAM NUMBER OF BENEFICIARIES: OVER 10274 PEOPLE, THE ELDERLY, YOUNG MOTHERS AND CHILDREN ESTIMATED STARTING DATE: August / 2023 PROJECT DURATION: 5 WEEKS The challenges faced by the villages of Bukyaye A & Bukaye B, Busowobi, Bubaka A, Butokolo, Bukaye A, Bunyama, Bukyoyo, Buwogo […]

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 Lower Saloum District Rehab Tour Phase-2 – The Gambia

The Lower Saloum of the Central River Region is one of the poorest regions in The Gambia. Most people in the villages of Lower Saloum are engaged in subsistence farming – there is a recognized ‘hungry season’ when food is scarce but agricultural labour is most intense. There are serious environmental and ecological vulnerabilities, especially […]

Conclusion Of Establishing WASH Resources – Epworth, Zimbabwe

Epworth community members waiting to retrieve water from an unsafe well, the water that residents retrieve from this location is dirty and unsafe. Water Charity, in partnership with Dare to Share launched a WASH initiative to meet the needs of the community. Limited access to clean water and a lack of hygiene resources are the […]

Conclusion Report For Kiang West District Handpump Repair Tour Phase-2 – The Gambia

Kiang West is one of the six districts of the Lower River Region of the Gambia. Along with Kiang Central and Kiang East, it makes up the Kiang area. In the 2013 census, it had a population of 14,953 and the current population estimate for the district is 21,800. Kiang West is home to the Kiang West National Park which was established in 1987 and is adjacent to […]

Conclusion Report For Kiang Central District Handpump Repair Tour Phase-2

Kiang Central is one of the six districts of the Lower River Region of the Gambia. Along with Kiang East and Kiang West, it makes up the Kiang area.  In Kiang Central, as in most of The Gambia’s rural villages, most men farm rice, groundnuts, and millet. Most women garden for subsistence food needs, as well as work in the rice fields. Farming is the main […]

Conclusion Of Foni Bondali District Rehab Tour Phase-1, West Coast Region – The Gambia

Bondali District, as in The Gambia’s “Fonis,” the West Coast Region bordering Senegal’s Casamance region, has experienced intermittent turmoil overflowing from West Africa’s longest-running civil conflict, four decades of sporadic violence rooted in a separatist rebellion by neighboring Senegal’s “Mouvement des forces démocratiques de la Casamance” (MFDC). The longstanding currents of informal trade across Casamance’s northern border […]