Water Blogged

Mali Mali Project a Success

Posted by Steve Hall on June 16

We are excited to share that Mali Mali Primary School in Kenya now has access to a new source of safe, clean water thanks to the completion of their new borehole well! Students and staff are already using the well’s flowing water, which will provide them with a reliable source of water for all of their daily needs. We installed new latrines and handwashing stations for students, and we trained the school on improved sanitation and hygiene practices, including COVID-19 prevention. These components work together to unlock the opportunity for these students to live better, healthier lives. Here is the completion report provided by our implementing partner, The Water Project.

Barrack N., 12, said, “Access to clean, reliable water has alleviated our suffering since we could trek for [a] long [time] in search of water with no avail. This wasted our time to learn. I’m now going to pass my examination, courtesy of and thanks to the donor.”

Teachers were just as excited as the students about the new well on campus. Teacher Nancy Ndakwa said, “I will no longer incur hospital bills to treat water-related ailments [as] a result of consuming water unfit for humans.”



Recent Posts

Blog Archive