Our Impacts

Over $1.8 Million dollars contributed by our wonderful sponsors positively impacting over 720,000 people in these countries

Dollars: $82,000

People: 6,350

Cost: $12.91 pp

Dollars: $159,000

People:  93,000

Cost:  $1.70 pp

Dollars: $1,015,000

People: 484,000

Cost: $2.10 pp

Dollars: $274,760

People:  73,600

Cost: $3.73 pp

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Dollars: $58,000

People: 11,000

Cost: $5.27 pp

Bolivia: 150 children

Jamaica: 1,050 children

Our Commitment to Results

To enhance quality project delivery, transparency and accountability to our donors and the greater public, the following goals and targets outline our program's success measures and the outcomes we expect to achieve.

Improve suitability, accessibility and sustainability to safe drinking water in rural communities 

# 1 Effective Impact

500 - 2000 beneficiaries impacted

each well installation‚Äč

Suitability 

design, technology & equipment that meets community skill capacity

Target

100% successful well

operation upward of 5 years from installation

Improved education outcomes

Demonstrated improved attendance, enrolment & performance indicated by School records

# 2 Reach

Serve the most impoverished water scarcity rural communities

Accessibility 

locate water supplies

within 300mtrs from most community households

Target

From 30% to 75% access to clean water in a rural target areas

Improved socio-economic outcomes

Demonstrated reduction in health-related cost indicated by household expenditure records

# 3 Program Efficiency

Program Cost of $3.50

or less per person

Sustainability 

effective water user committees in place to maintain each water supply

Target

100% successful well

operation upward of 5 years from installation

Improved health outcomes

Demonstrated reduction in incidence of water-borne diseases indicated by Health Centre records

Improved Education
Improved Education

Children are perhaps the most cheerful and omnipresent facet of rural villages - unconcerned about their running noses, bare feet, unkempt hair and ragged clothes. If they are fortunate enough to have a school and a regular and dedicated teacher and if their parents can spare them from work, they many get an education. But more often than not, they do not - they are often uninformed about health issues and hygiene and sanitation just as the generation before them.

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Improved Health & Wellbeing
Improved Health & Wellbeing

- Improvement in the quality of drinking water will significantly improve the health status of the entire community. Contaminated drinking water remains a major cause of mortality in rural areas with millions of deaths per year being attributed to water-borne diseases such as diarrhoea, dysentry, cholera & typhoid. Infants & elderly are particularly susceptible. - Expenditure on medicines is significantly reduced with a clean water supply.

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Womens Empowerment
Womens Empowerment

- Providing water closer to the household has very positive change especially to the lives of women and children whose job it is to collect the household water. - Women who are now free from the burden of water collection can pursue income generating activities typically through livestock raising and vegetable gardening activities. - Providing water to schools has positive impact on gender equality - increased attendance of girls resulting in further learning

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Improved Education
Improved Education

Children are perhaps the most cheerful and omnipresent facet of rural villages - unconcerned about their running noses, bare feet, unkempt hair and ragged clothes. If they are fortunate enough to have a school and a regular and dedicated teacher and if their parents can spare them from work, they many get an education. But more often than not, they do not - they are often uninformed about health issues and hygiene and sanitation just as the generation before them.

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