Bore hole water aid
Not quite
Unfortunately this project was not successful.

The aim of this funding is for me to visit Malawi and organise drilling in rural where needed as i have local knowledge.

by Henley Greensword in Basildon, England, United Kingdom

1 in 3 don't have clean water.

That's 5.6 million people.

9.6 million people don't have a decent toilet.

That's more than half of the entire population.

More than 3,100 children under 5 die a year from diarrhoea.

Caused by dirty water and poor toilets.

i have been to Malawi twice met some good people who i keep in contact with and would like to help as i have visited some of the villages and realised the need for fresh water.

while my stay in Kawale in Lillongwe it was common to get a knock on our compound by a young girl with a bucket who had walked a few miles asking for water.

for bathing and drinking as this was usually around 5am to 6am and this was in the capital.

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