Kaseka Women’s Group Kameso, Kenya

Kaseka Women’s Group Kameso, Kenya

5o women from Kameso Village in Nyackach Central Kenya have come together to form a group focused on self reliance and economic development.  These women all come from very humble circumstances and are working together to build farms, chicken coops and  food storage and distribution business.  One of the biggest challenges they face is access to water.  These women must make a 40 minute round trip several times per day to get water from the nearest borehole.  This lack of water and the back breaking work it takes to bring water to their community severely limits their ability to grow crops and improve their economic situation.

In 2022 WHOlives is partnering with this group of women to bring Water, Health and Opportunity to their village.  Our 2022 Impact Mission group will be visiting this community with a Village Drill crew.  Working together, we will drill a borehole in the center of their community.  We will also work with them to plant crops, expand their chicken coop and make improvements to their food storage and distribution business.

The women’s group is excited to be a part of our Community Funded Loan program.  WHOlives is providing a small grant to this community and providing the funds needed for their loan.  The new water well will significantly increase their ability to grow crops and expand their business.  Using this new asset they will be work together to pay back their loan over the next 10 months.  WHOlives will then use those loan payments to fund future projects.  This sustainable model is changing the way remote communities can have access to life saving water.

All of these activities will be made possible by your donation.  Please join us to bring Water, Health and Opportunity to Kameso, Kenya.

Kaseka Women’s Group Kameso, Kenya

5o women from Kameso Village in Nyackach Central Kenya have come together to form a group focused on self reliance and economic development.  These women all come from very humble circumstances and are working together to build farms, chicken coops and  food storage and distribution business.  One of the biggest challenges they face is access to water.  These women must make a 40 minute round trip several times per day to get water from the nearest borehole.  This lack of water and the back breaking work it takes to bring water to their community severely limits their ability to grow crops and improve their economic situation.

In 2022 WHOlives is partnering with this group of women to bring Water, Health and Opportunity to their village.  Our 2022 Impact Mission group will be visiting this community with a Village Drill crew.  Working together, we will drill a borehole in the center of their community.  We will also work with them to plant crops, expand their chicken coop and make improvements to their food storage and distribution business.

The women’s group is excited to be a part of our Community Funded Loan program.  WHOlives is providing a small grant to this community and providing the funds needed for their loan.  The new water well will significantly increase their ability to grow crops and expand their business.  Using this new asset they will be work together to pay back their loan over the next 10 months.  WHOlives will then use those loan payments to fund future projects.  This sustainable model is changing the way remote communities can have access to life saving water.

All of these activities will be made possible by your donation.  Please join us to bring Water, Health and Opportunity to Kameso, Kenya.

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