OUR RANGE OF SOLUTIONS
For some school communities in rural areas, there may be no existing source of water on the school grounds, requiring fetching of water across long distances.
According to UNICEF, women and girls mainly spend an estimated 200 million hours daily fetching water, a huge waste of time, which could be better used learning in a classroom, or even playing with friends.
As a first step intervention, we provide drilling of a borehole well to provide the first drops of water to a school community.
Photos from our borehole installation in Malimba, Sierra Leone