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Yep, 100%...Which gives you the peace of mind that your money is ACTUALLY changing someone’s life. Nothing would be possible without your support, which is why you will be able to follow and share the journey with us every step of the way.

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  • $5Can buy a new bucket for a lady to carry and safely store her clean water in
  • $10Buys a family essential seeds to grow fruits / vegetables which they can grow using the water we provide
  • $20Provides clean water from a manual pump for an entire school for one day
  • $50Provides clean water from a manual pump for a village for a whole week
  • $100Is the average cost to carry out pump maintenance to ensure sustainability for clean water in the future
  • $200Is the average costs to carry out ground water geological surveys - so we can find CLEAN WATER!
  • $500Will provide a water harvesting system to provide clean water to over 200 families
Meet: Juliet

This is Juliet’s Story:

Juliet is by far the friendliest lady in the whole of Africa, and one of the hardest working women we have had the pleasure of getting to know in the Nyakudya Village.

When Juliet was 19 she gave birth to triplets (And had to walk over 6 kilometres, whilst in Labour, to get to the rural clinic). Like most African cultures, it is the responsibility of the women to fetch water for the family + carry out many other duties in order to survive. To provide for her family of 7, Juliet walked at least 5 trips a day to fetch water, with a 20-litre bucket on her head each time. The local water collection point was an open shallow well.

Unfortunately, one of Juliet’s triplets developed a spinal disability which left her unable to live a normal childhood life. In her 18 years of life, she never attended a day of school because her bones hadn’t developed properly and she couldn’t walk. Growing up without an education, and relying purely on her mother’s basic education to teach her everything she knows was a huge responsibility on Juliet and one she didn’t have much time for.

On 25th September 2014, Juliet and her family had clean water for the first time ever in their life. OFL Drilled a borehole & installed a Manal Hand ‘Bush’ Pump less than 100 meters from their house, which means life is much easier for Juliet and the 52 other families that are using the new community pump! This means more time for important things like family, education, small business & earning an income.

The day we installed the pump was the “happiest day of their lives”. They now have life-changing clean water for the first time, which is the beginning of endless possibilities.