Some of the villagers from Pa Bala, Gulu District, Northern Uganda with their hand pump. Previously these were people who lived in a Internally Displaced Peoples camp as there was civil war in Northern Uganda for 20 years.
There was no water for the House of Hope orphanage, nor the people living in the area of Gulu, Northern Uganda. These kids used to walk for 2 hours before this deep bore well was put in place.
The girls from the Mwangu Ivuti Primary School, Kitui District, East Kenya outside one of their new blocks of latrines. Before this, there was just a doorless mud hut.
The School of St Jude, Arusha in Tanzania is a great school that offers quality education, but water has been an issue. We have assisted by providing guttering.
The Busabala Road Hospital in Kampala, Uganda offers all its services for free but the water supply right next to it for the community was always polluted. With the grant received from the Australian High Commission we were able to refurbish the area. Now, when people come and get the water the area is clean, and so is the water.
Afri-Lift is a Kenyan based organisation that trains and equips young people. One of their programs is to train young men in agricuture and gives them a basic education. A BeyondWater grant went towards putting in the piping for their deep bore well.
School for Life is a primary school based in Kutoso, Uganda. It provides quality education and a meal each day for 80 students. The local water supply was making people sick. A deep bore well has changed everything. In fact, they have an oversupply of water!