Crown Academy was founded in the Kissitown community of Waterloo, Sierra Leone in 2013. This primary and secondary school, which serves more than 750 students, has had many water challenges since its inception.
Founded in 1992, Givudemesi Primary School has never had a water source on campus. Instead, it relies on students bringing water from home – but where they collect their “home” water varies.(Some photos pre-date the pandemic.)
Established in 1975 under the sponsorship of the Pentecostal Assemblies of God Church, Kabinjari Primary School has never had a water source or even a water storage container to its name. We plan to help change that.(Please note that some photos pre-date the pandemic)
Malama Primary School has a total enrollment of 1,023 students (453 boys, 570 girls) with only 15 teachers. A functioning water point was recently installed, however, the sanitation component is severely lacking.
Watch a video from 8-year-old student, Aaron, as he talks about their latrines.
Mwanzi Primary is a nursery through standard-seven government school located in Kilolo district of Iringa, Tanzania. The school has an enrollment of 227 students (126 girls/101 boys) and 7 teachers/staff members. As with many villages and schools in Iringa, the lack of safe water for Mwanzi School is a major problem.
Now more than ever, every American deserves the right to stay home and stay safe. Clean water makes that possible.
Now more than ever, every American deserves the right to stay home and stay safe. Clean water makes that possible.The families our implementing partner, DigDeep, serves are some of the most vulnerable to coronavirus in America. They struggle to wash their hands and bodies. They are forced to break social distancing to haul water. They live far from healthcare facilities. COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) has upended the lives of all Americans, and that includes our friends and family across the Navajo Nation.
Project Proposal: New handwashing station.