Safe water empowers the 'Girl Child'.
You make it possible.

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They call her "Girl Child"
We call her Leader.

Access to safe water makes it possible.

Help fund a water project

Ask any girl what she’d rather do than walk for water and she’ll share her dreams for school, a career and her contribution (beyond gathering water) to her community. Lack of access to safe water and sanitation is the primary reason girls drop out of school.

Safe water liberates her.

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You can help fund a new well and provide access to clean, safe water.

Why is education so important? Women reinvest up to 90 percent of their income back into their own households, compared to 30-40 percent by men. Access to safe water and sanitation allows girls to make their dreams a reality. Your giving makes it happen!

Safe water encourages her.

Learn Why

Water and sanitation are essential to a girl's success in Africa

A water project is not something that happens to a community, it is something that happens with a community. And how it happens matters.

Women are undeniably a key player as both recipient and implementer of the clean water and sanitation systems we provide. When you support The Water Project and give a girl water, your gift also supports her role models – strong leaders like Catherine. When girls see development come to their communities through these women leaders, they know their dreams are possible.

Safe water inspires her.

Unlock Her Potential.

These water projects are in need of immediate funding to complete.
Can you donate today and make one of them possible?

Emunga'bo Primary School in Western Kenya serves about 500 students. Currently they rely on an unprotected spring (basically a dirty watering hole). Your gift will provide a rainwater catchment tank for the school, hygiene training, latrines and long-term follow-up.

Emunga'bo Primary School

Raising funds - $3,224 needed for a Rainwater Tank

Donate to the
Emunga'bo Project

Today, the community in Naman, Kenya is forced to gather water from an unprotected spring that is often contaminated by gabage and uses other than drinking. Your gift will allow this community to protect this source for drinking, ensuring a ready supply for the village.

Naman Community

Funded - Thank You for the Spring Protection

With water only available from shallow pits today, the Twone Self Help group in central Kenya is already hard at work preparing for their new water project. Your gift will help them complete a sand dam and shallow well that will dramatically transform their community, farms and local economy.

Twone Self Help Group

Raising funds - $13,522 needed for a Sand Dam

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Twone Group Project