Give Water!

Amman Imman - Giving Tuesday

Borehole Drilled! 

In October, we drilled the “Water is Education” borehole! The water is both abundant and of high quality.

For two days, families came from up to 15 miles away to fill up their jerrycans with free water during the pumping trial. They washed themselves and their clothes as children, like Barka and Houlaye, swam and played. Herds of animals drank contentedly. There was so much joy!

Barka drinks and drinks.
Barka drinks and drinks.
Houlaye

But then the pumping trial ended... 

People and animals continued traveling to the borehole expecting to find water. Sadly, we had to turn them away. Now, they must now wait until we build the the water tower, faucets, piping and animal troughs.   

We are almost there! Help us finish the borehole! 

The Impact when the Borehole Is Completed:

5000 Students will have time to attend school

5,000
children will be able to attend school.

12000 women and children access to healthcare

12,000
more women and children will gain access to health care.

16000 more people will have year-round water

16,000
more women and children will gain access to health care.

40,000 additional people will have water during dry season

40,000
​40,000 additional people will have access to water during the dry season.

watershed restoration project

We will initiate a Watershed Restoration project to rebuild marshes in the Azawak to fight desertification and climate change

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