Rafiki Drillers in Tanzania

Rafiki Drillers in Tanzania

The WHOlives Community Funded Loan program is expanding to Tanzania!

We are partnering with Rafiki Drillers to drill 3 community funded wells in Tanzania.  Help us in a united effort by donating to bring three wells to one primary school and two villages. The men, women, and children from these villages walk an average of 4-5 hours a day to collect their water from far away borehole wells or other contaminated water sources.  All have the hope to use a zero interest loan through the Community Funded Loan Program. Through this program they can bring a borehole well to their school or village so that they have a closer, clean source of water. One group of villagers in Sangaiwe Village have already been working hard to save up a portion of the money needed to drill a well. They have a goal to repay the rest of the loan through the coming year.

Our Community Funded loan program is revolutionizing how remote, impoverished communities can gain access to life saving clean water.   WHOlives provides the drill team with the money needed up front to drill the well, then community members pay back the loan over the next 10 months.  This unique approach is allowing even the most impoverished village to gain access to clean water which will help to lift them out of poverty.

Rafiki Drillers in Tanzania

The WHOlives Community Funded Loan program is expanding to Tanzania!

We are partnering with Rafiki Drillers to drill 3 community funded wells in Tanzania.  Help us in a united effort by donating to bring three wells to one primary school and two villages. The men, women, and children from these villages walk an average of 4-5 hours a day to collect their water from far away borehole wells or other contaminated water sources.  All have the hope to use a zero interest loan through the Community Funded Loan Program. Through this program they can bring a borehole well to their school or village so that they have a closer, clean source of water. One group of villagers in Sangaiwe Village have already been working hard to save up a portion of the money needed to drill a well. They have a goal to repay the rest of the loan through the coming year.

Our Community Funded loan program is revolutionizing how remote, impoverished communities can gain access to life saving clean water.   WHOlives provides the drill team with the money needed up front to drill the well, then community members pay back the loan over the next 10 months.  This unique approach is allowing even the most impoverished village to gain access to clean water which will help to lift them out of poverty.

$1,525 Raised of $15,000
2 supporters, 10% sponsored

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