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Pascal M - Farmer, discussing her newly donated water project in Rwanda

"When it rains, the water turns brown, when it is a dry season the water dries up. Hoping this new water well will bring an end to that."

Pascal M - Farmer
The Water Project: Rwinkuba Community
Neneh K - Petty Trader, discussing her newly donated water project in Sierra Leone

The water from old source had a lot of taste, had some particles because it was from an open and was not chlorinated. The new source is chlorinated and it’s free from germs. It has no taste and it is good to drink.

Neneh K - Petty Trader
The Water Project: Thullah Street, Thumorso Community
Raurent G - Farmer and Small Business Owner, discussing her newly donated water project in Rwanda

In this community, we had no safe water source before. We had chronically
water borne diseases but we are happy now that all the peoples around this well will access clean water. I thank you very much.

Raurent G - Farmer and Small Business Owner
The Water Project: Ruduha II
Martha M. - Subsistence Farmer, discussing her newly donated water project in Rwanda

We have been getting our water from unprotected springs for most of the years! We also had to walk a long distance but this source is near, with clean water! Anyone in this community can get clean drinking water any time of the day.

Martha M. - Subsistence Farmer
The Water Project: Ruko Community
Pascaline N - Farme, discussing her newly donated water project in Rwanda

This water well is so near and in our neighborhood. We are so privileged to have clean water near us.
We used to walk a long distance in search for water but now you can even fetch during night time without risking your life.

Pascaline N - Farme
The Water Project: Gacuriro Community
Marima T - Petty Trader, discussing her newly donated water project in Sierra Leone

The old source was swamp water, when we fetched the water we would wait for 5 minutes for the particles to settle down before we drink. We are drinking it because there is no other source to get water. The hand pump is more safe and clean to drink, and it will save the life of the people of Kambees.

Marima T - Petty Trader
The Water Project: Lungi, Royema, New Kambees
Germain S - Teacher, discussing her newly donated water project in Burkina Faso

On behalf of the village, I would like to truly thank Living Water International and their partners, The Water Project, for coming to our aid in this project. I know the women, men, and children are very, very happy. Look at their faces here, they are very satisfied.

Germain S - Teacher
The Water Project: Sorendigui Community
Be Sou - Farmer, discussing her newly donated water project in Burkina Faso

Today, we have received a great benefit. You came and lifted our suffering. The water that we searched for a long time is finally here, today we have found it! Thank you very much.

Be Sou - Farmer
The Water Project: Bondigui Village

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