Our work is focused in Uganda. The country has a population of approximately 44 million people and is one of the poorest nations in the world, especially in the rural areas which are home to 84% of Ugandans. Uganda has substantial natural resources, including fertile soils and regular rainfall, but despite this, it is estimated that more than one third of the Ugandan population still has no access to a clean water supply, with the percentage in rural areas being significantly worse affected.VIEW ALL
We are the only charity operating in this part of Uganda. Without our help, these communities would not get clean water.
Our focus to date has been on building water boreholes in the Busoga region of Uganda. We have invested a considerable amount of time investigating the area and making contact with the right local people to help implement the water borehole projects.
The water boreholes have been built mainly next to the communities’ schools because the land ownership is clear and it means that the children can fill up their jerry cans without missing classes.
You can help us to make a real difference to the lives of these forgotten communities who are in urgent need of our help by getting involved now.