H2oforlife 3930

Durato Dela Primary School Grades 3-5

Ethiopia 626 beneficiaries

Durato Dela is a very rural school located in the hills of Bensa, Ethiopia. Most of the children in this school are sons and daughters of farmers and cattle herders. This school is comprised of 857 girls and 1023 boys, nearly 2000 students.

$4,500 needed (82%)
H2oforlife 3940

Durato Dela Primary School Grades 6-8

Ethiopia 629 beneficiaries

Durato Dela is a very rural school located in the hills of Bensa, Ethiopia. Most of the children in this school are sons and daughters of farmers and cattle herders. This school is comprised of 857 girls and 1023 boys, nearly 2000 students.

$1,400 needed (25%)
H2oforlife 3884

Mutanga Primary School

Kenya 270 beneficiaries

Mutanga Primary School is located in Nyandarua County, Kenya. The climate is classified as semi-arid tropics with two rainy seasons (March-May) and (November-December). The school population is made up of 144 girls, 126 boys and 11 teachers.

$8,850 needed (95%)
H2oforlife 3942

Palabek Refugee Settlement 1

Uganda

Every day, between 2,000 and 4,000 people cross the border from South Sudan to Northern Uganda seeking nothing more than survival. Since the fighting broke out in 2013, more than 1.5 million people have fled South Sudan, making it the world’s fastest growing refugee crisis. More than half of these refugees have resettled in Northern Uganda. Fortunately for them, Uganda has one of the most welcoming refugee policies in the world. Refugees are not just given temporary shelter, they are also provided with land to settle and grow crops.

$2,350 needed (61%)
H2oforlife 3949

Palabek Refugee Settlement 3

Uganda

Every day, between 2,000 and 4,000 people cross the border from South Sudan to Northern Uganda seeking nothing more than survival. Since the fighting broke out in 2013, more than 1.5 million people have fled South Sudan, making it the world’s fastest growing refugee crisis. More than half of these refugees have resettled in Northern Uganda. Fortunately for them, Uganda has one of the most welcoming refugee policies in the world. Refugees are not just given temporary shelter, they are also provided with land to settle and grow crops.

$3,850 needed (100%)
H2oforlife 3975

Police Primary School

Uganda

Police Primary School is located in the eastern part of Kaabong Town Council in the Karamoja Region. In their culture, the people believe in defecating in the open field as it is believed that if women use the latrine, it will stop them from birthing children. This is a very remote part of Uganda and one of the poorest regions in the country. Food is scarce, and during the rainy season, the area floods so badly, it prevents anyone from coming in or out, unless they have a tank or a helicopter.

$3,630 needed (100%)
H2oforlife 3874

Salaik Primary School

Kenya 250 beneficiaries

Salaik Primary is located within the vicinity of Bomet in Western Kenya. The school is located on a small hillside plot. Since opening in 1986 in temporary buildings, there has been a new classroom built each year for 5 years. The school now services students K-8.

$2,400 needed (55%)
H2oforlife 3924

South Sudan School 6 (2018)

South Sudan

Project Proposal: New Water Well. In South Sudan, millions of women and children trek for up to eight hours a day to collect water from marshes, ditches, or hand-dug wells where water is often contaminated with parasites and bacteria. The results are sickness, even death. By providing access to clean, safe water and facilitating hygiene education, We sow the seeds for growth. Once a well is drilled, schools, markets, and clinics spring up, and life changes, especially for women and girls.

$3,000 needed (36%)
H2oforlife 3925

Yalwas

Nicaragua 62 beneficiaries

Project Proposal: New Latrines. Nicaragua is the second poorest country in the Western hemisphere. In a country where 37% of rural people have no safe drinking water (UNICEF) and 47% of the forest cover has disappeared over the last 50 years (UN Food and Agriculture Organization), these water, sanitation, and reforestation programs are a critical way to improve the living standards of the rural poor while conserving environmental resources. We work in remote rural villages that lack access to most basic services and are too small to receive assistance from other organizations. In general, communities are formed of subsistence farmers or day laborers who live in extreme poverty, surviving on $35-70/month.

$533 needed (50%)
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