Destiny Solutions Academy

Kenya 68 beneficiaries

Destiny Solutions Academy is a private day and boarding school located in Kitui County of the Republic of Kenya. Today there are 59 pupils - 28 boys and 31 girls. The school has 8 streams/groups which are managed by 9 teachers. The school performs very well both academically and in sports. The pupils in this school participate in various activities during a typical day.They are engaged in learning activities from 8:20 am to 3:10 pm, including Mathematics, English, Kiswahili, Science, Socials studies, CRE, Music, and Physical Exercise. They participate in various activities during their game time, from 3:10 pm to 4:10 pm, including football, netball, other sports, dancing, and music festivals. There are also remedial classes for learners needing extra help, from 4:10 pm to 5:00 pm.

$3,181 needed (56%)

Kasozi Primary School

Uganda 509 beneficiaries

Kazozi Primary School is located in Nakasongola, Uganda, a dry cattle corridor. There are 500 students and 9 teachers currently at the school on a daily basis.

$800 needed (27%)

Navajo Water Project - Water Delivery (#7)

United States 200 beneficiaries

The Navajo Water Project, a program of DigDeep, is a community-managed utility alternative that brings clean, hot and cold running water to homes without access to water or sewer lines. Currently, 1 in 3 Navajo do not have access to running water in their homes. Importantly, the Navajo Water Project is Indigenous-led and supported by the leadership of community members, chapter houses, and local partners. The Navajo Water Project serves families across the Navajo Nation with teams based in Thoreau, NM; Navajo Mountain, UT; and Dilkon AZ. Traditionally, a large focus of the Navajo Water Project has been the installation of Home Water Systems, which provide running water and solar power for one home. We also develop new water sources and deliver water to homes via our water trucks. In 2020, we added 1,981 square miles to our water delivery routes! Ongoing water delivery service to homes where we have previously installed Home Water Systems (which contain a 1,200-gallon water cistern), is a vital part of our work. It ensures viability of the systems and ongoing clean, running water access. Additionally, it helps support the ongoing cost of vehicle maintenance, fuel, and insurance, keeping more trucks delivering water to our clients.

$2,650 needed (100%)

Navajo Water Project - Water Delivery (#9)

United States 100 beneficiaries

The Navajo Water Project, a program of DigDeep, is a community-managed utility alternative that brings clean, hot and cold running water to homes without access to water or sewer lines. Currently, 1 in 3 Navajo do not have access to running water in their homes. Importantly, the Navajo Water Project is Indigenous-led and supported by the leadership of community members, chapter houses, and local partners. The Navajo Water Project serves families across the Navajo Nation with teams based in Thoreau, NM; Navajo Mountain, UT; and Dilkon AZ. Traditionally, a large focus of the Navajo Water Project has been the installation of Home Water Systems, which provide running water and solar power for one home. We also develop new water sources and deliver water to homes via our water trucks. In 2020, we added 1,981 square miles to our water delivery routes! Ongoing water delivery service to homes where we have previously installed Home Water Systems (which contain a 1,200-gallon water cistern), is a vital part of our work. It ensures viability of the systems and ongoing clean, running water access. Additionally, it helps support the ongoing cost of vehicle maintenance, fuel, and insurance, keeping more trucks delivering water to our clients.

$1,325 needed (100%)

Peas Samling Nama High School

Uganda 451 beneficiaries

Currently, Peas Samling Nama High School both houses and educates 451 students in Nama. While the students remain on campus year round, the water source has a tendency to run dry during the summer months leaving students without a reliable source of clean water. 

$1,800 needed (100%)

South Sudan School 3 (2023)

South Sudan

Our implementing partner, Water for South Sudan's, operations teams are based in Wau and work in remote villages in the Bahr el Ghazal region of South Sudan. These isolated villages have extremely limited access to clean water, and often can only access contaminated water that will lead to sickness or even death.  WFSS works with local governments and community leaders to determine the placement of wells. The goal is to create sustainable systems, incorporating well maintenance and training as part of the installation of a well.

$5,000 needed (100%)

Access Water4 Zambia

Zambia 2660 beneficiaries

The District Health Office has identified Mabo Kunda and Sakala as having the highest rates of waterborne illness in the district. These communities in Zambia currently rely on the local school's hand pumps for water, but the pressure of so many users results in constant breakdowns and conflict between the schools and the communities they are in. Many people go back to unprotected open water sources or streams when the hand pumps are down.Water4, our implementing partner, is planning to construct NUMA piped water systems in the communities around these 4 schools: Kafubashi, Mabo Kunda, Sakala, and Chipundu. A NUMA system includes a solar-powered central NEXUS station with filtration & pumping technology, and up to four NODE extensions linked to the NEXUS to serve as satellite water distribution points.  

$2,680 needed (100%)

Akhadana School

India 50 beneficiaries

The proposed project will be an integrated effort to improve health and nutrition awareness among children. Availability of safe drinking water, Bio sand filters and regular check-ups to monitor the health of the students. This school has already received water and sanitation facilities. The Thar Desert of India is one of the most challenging parts of India. Severely deficient rainfall creates a chronic drought situation in Thar, trapping the region under great poverty and deprivation. Food and water shortages are very common, causing poverty and malnutrition. In rural areas, health and nutrition needs are often neglected and less prioritized, especially for females. Lack of awareness and adequate healthcare are two critical challenges in the region. Education and health facilities are limited in the desert and develop the lowest statistical data nationwide. India has a goal for 100% enrollment of children and to ensure the completion of primary and secondary education by all boys and girls under the Sustainable Development targets for 2030, guaranteeing equal access to opportunities for access to quality technical and vocational education for everyone.

$1,115 needed (53%)

Arenas Blancas #2

Nicaragua 32 beneficiaries

Project Proposal: Toilets and handwashing station.

$2,750 needed (100%)
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