Ms. Twimukye - Farmer, discussing her newly donated water project in Uganda
We are grateful for the well in our village. Before, we solely depended on hand dug wells owned by an individual and he would sometimes chase us away to preserve water for his animals....
Ms. Twimukye - Farmer
The Water Project: Kyitagi Village
Nyirabahutu - Farmer, discussing her newly donated water project in Rwanda
With this new well, it is a relief. The impact of having good water will not only be felt by this community, but also by neighboring communities and passers-by....
Nyirabahutu - Farmer
The Water Project: Nyarusange II Village
Esther - Nurse, discussing her newly donated water project in Uganda
For the past six years, as a practicing nurse in this community, I have been treating many community members for sanitation and water related diseases – mainly typhoid, dysentery and diarrhea. This I largely attribute to unsafe water sources... We thank you for this new well. This will go a long way in reducing the disease prevalence...
Esther - Nurse
The Water Project: Akayanja Village
Aminata - Farmer, discussing her newly donated water project in Sierra Leone
We used to collect water from an open stream and the water was so dirty–it was not desirable for us to use. We only had to use the water because we did not have any choice. Now we thank God that we have clean and safe water within easy reach from our houses....
Aminata - Farmer
The Water Project: Kalie Town Crossing
Akankwasa - Farmer, discussing her newly donated water project in Uganda
Our previous water source, a hand dug pond, had dirty water and would dry up during the dry season. Consequently, we were walking long distances hunting for water. My wife and young children have been relieved from the burden of walking long distances hunting for insecure water....
Akankwasa - Farmer
The Water Project: Kyenturegye Community
Otem Sorie - Farmer, discussing her newly donated water project in Sierra Leone
The old water source was like poison to us. The water was not only dirty, but was also heavily contaminated because it was an open water source... We are now boasting about having access to good water!...
Otem Sorie - Farmer
The Water Project: Bramah Town
Kantarama P - Farmer, discussing her newly donated water project in Uganda
I thank you for this water! The water is clean, palatable and easily accessible. You have saved us from the burden of collecting and drinking dirty water....
Kantarama P - Farmer
The Water Project: Maita
Pa Adikalie - Community Chief, discussing her newly donated water project in Sierra Leone
I am very glad for the new pump. This well has given us a lot of good use, but when the pump isn’t functioning properly, we have to go to the waterside. This will help us a lot. Thank you very much!...
Pa Adikalie - Community Chief
The Water Project: Lungi Community 2014

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