Good Water Project
Clean water is a very crucial need for the sustenance of any form of life; it has been scientifically proven that many diseases are either water borne or water related. Globally, thousands of people die every day because of limited or no access to clean water and other water related complications. That is why our ministry embarked on a mission of drilling sustainable, clean water wells among the communities that lack clean water.
We appreciate Kalamazoo mud run for helping us acquire manual drilling equipment.
In 2014 and 2015, we managed to drill more than eight water wells in the two refugee settlements where we are feeding thousands of children daily (Rwamwanja and Kiryandongo). In each of these settlements, each well (borehole) is shared by thousands of refugees and their children. The need for drilling more boreholes is therefore, still paramount. When anybody gets on ground, this reality is undeniable. One will notice a long line of Jerry-cans and masses waiting to fetch water. I believe drilling and availing clean water to those who cannot afford or access it should be the heart-beat of us all.