Clean accessible water
In 2010 with my personal contacts with some American friends, we stared planning for accessible clean and running water projects for our rural villages. So far we have achieved 8 water projects in different villages and communities, which have benefited villages, schools, medical centers and orphanages.
These water projects have benefited people in a number of ways. Accessing clean water has meant reduction in contracting waterborne diseases such as malaria, typhoid and other related diseases. People’s health has improved greatly and they can go on your daily chores uninterrupted. Schoolchildren no longer have to first travel kilometers to fetch water before going to school. They are able to report to school on time and follow the day’s program successfully. Generally, people’s hygiene and sanitation has improved.