Kasharara and Kabara Uganda

Kasharara and Kabara Uganda

The neighboring communities of Mazziba and Nayahaira in Uganda are working together to obtain clean water.

These villages are located about 160 KM Northwest of Kampala.  Women and children walk more than 5 kilometers each way to fetch water from stagnant ponds and streams.  This water source is shared by animals.  As a result, many children have missed many days of school, suffered water borne diseases such as diarrhea, dysentery, and typhoid.  These diseases have claimed many lives.  These communities have no clean and safe water for household use.

About 300 families live in these communities.  When we heard of their plight we mobilized a WHOlives sponsored Village Drill team to investigate.  After meeting with local leaders we have committed to dig 2 water wells in this area.  The villages are very excited to participate in our community funded loan program and have already raised the down payment for their first well.  WHOlives is reinvesting the monthly payments we are receiving from other villages in Uganda to help provide the needed funds for these 2 new wells.  Your donations, combined with our revolutionary Community Funded Well program is making all of this possible.

With your support, a Village Drill crew will soon be on their way to provide the clean, safe water that is desperately needed.

Kasharara and Kabara Uganda

The neighboring communities of Mazziba and Nayahaira in Uganda are working together to obtain clean water.

These villages are located about 160 KM Northwest of Kampala.  Women and children walk more than 5 kilometers each way to fetch water from stagnant ponds and streams.  This water source is shared by animals.  As a result, many children have missed many days of school, suffered water borne diseases such as diarrhea, dysentery, and typhoid.  These diseases have claimed many lives.  These communities have no clean and safe water for household use.

About 300 families live in these communities.  When we heard of their plight we mobilized a WHOlives sponsored Village Drill team to investigate.  After meeting with local leaders we have committed to dig 2 water wells in this area.  The villages are very excited to participate in our community funded loan program and have already raised the down payment for their first well.  WHOlives is reinvesting the monthly payments we are receiving from other villages in Uganda to help provide the needed funds for these 2 new wells.  Your donations, combined with our revolutionary Community Funded Well program is making all of this possible.

With your support, a Village Drill crew will soon be on their way to provide the clean, safe water that is desperately needed.

$600 Raised of $8,000
13% supporters, sponsored

End water borne disease

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