We build sustainable water wells in rural, poor African villages in an effort to provide clean, safe and convenient water while sharing the love of Jesus with those most vulnerable. Join our cause!


Check out our latest water well, providing safe water to an African orphanage

And whoever gives one of these little ones even a cup of cold water because he is a disciple, truly, I say to you, he will by no means lose his reward.
— Jesus in Matthew 10:42

WATER WELLS HAVE A LIFE-CHANGING IMPACT!

Families

On average, each water well provides water for over 100-250 families...

This equates to about 700-1,750 people impacted!

HEALTH

Increased daily safe water consumption, keeping villagers hydrated.

Reduction in dangerous water-related diseases in 75% of households.

Greatly improved household and personal hygiene.

AGRICULTURE

More time is spent on agriculture & farming, making harvests are much more plentiful.

This is very important because over 90% of the people in this area are dependent on subsistence agriculture!

Water Collection

Villagers now only have to walk less than a mile to collect water (versus 2-3 miles before).

Women and children are much safer from violent attacks and rape because of this reduced walking distance.


GIVING LIFE TO THOSE WHO NEED IT MOST

In Africa we say water is life. When you give water, specifically clean water, to the people, it’s like giving life!
— Celestine, Africa

African villages are selected based on their:

  1. Vulnerability : villages with women, children, disabled and HIV/AIDS affected
  2. Needs : villages with a need for clean, safe and convenient water source
  3. Commitment : villages that will sustain the wells at both household and community levels

OUR WATER WELLS ARE SAFE & SUSTAINABLE

Safe : Water samples from each well are sent to a laboratory and tested to ensure the water is safe for human consumption. Safe water highly reduces the risk of cholera, typhoid, parasites, diarrhea, skin and eye infections.

Sustainable : Each water well has a designated Water User Committee, consisting of both men and women from the village. They are trained on their roles and responsibilities, simple bookkeeping, sanitation, simple well repairs and collecting operational and maintenance fees for long-term sustainable water well maintenance. We strongly believe in empowering communities to take control of their own water wells.

You have saved us from the burden of walking long distances and we pray that God may enable you to do this work continuously. God bless you!
— Serina, Africa