With the support of folks like you, The Water Project provides access to clean, safe and reliable water across sub-Saharan Africa.

Your gift of $34 will change someone's life. We'll show you how.


Water is a whole family concern. Finding water is a daily challenge for young boys, moms and daughters.

Providing a reliable and safe water source unlocks potential by lifting this burden and returning time for study and income generating work.


At The Water Project, people - not hardware - are at the center of everything we do. Our solutions meet tangible needs, create jobs, and respect those we serve.

Constant training, consultation, monitoring and repair work keep these solutions running.

And we can't do any of it without you.

Our local teams build water wells, small dams, spring protections and other water sources in Kenya, Uganda and Sierra Leone.

Your gift funds local solutions to local problems, creating opportunity all along the way.

 

When you donate, you'll get stories, maps, photos and other information about who and how you’ve helped. You’ll know exactly how your giving makes a difference. And now, there's even an app for that...


Unlock Potential

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

People in Mundoli Village have witnessed death caused by dirty drinking water. This spring protection project will mean so much!

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Mundoli Village

Raising funds - $4,000 needed for a Protected Spring

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Families in Givunji Village have been drinking a spring's dirty water. We can transform this into a source of clean water!

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Givunji Community

Raising funds - $1,649 needed for a Protected Spring

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People living here get their water by digging holes in the sandy riverbed. A new well will give them a safe water source!

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Kumina Waoni New Well Project

Raising funds - $2,073 needed for a Dug Well and Hand Pump

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