Clean Water Wells

  • P Project/Program

A Active

Key Information

Clean water is a holistic issue. It affects health, safety, education, and economic empowerment—and can change the game for vulnerable communities. Using local engineering teams, we drill water wells in communities, schools, hospitals, and other public institutions that lack a clean and sustainable water source. Local leaders–women as well as men–are trained to maintain the water source long after the drilling is done. We also often construct solar-powered water systems for health clinics, providing access to the water needed to properly clean and disinfect facilities. These include a water well, solar panels to generate power for an electric pump, and a tower to store the pumped water—creating the ability to run water piped into a building.


Lead Implementing Organization(s)

Location(s)

East Asia & Pacific, Latin America & Caribbean, Sub-Saharan Africa

Cambodia, Ghana, Haiti, Liberia, Malawi, Mozambique, Sierra Leone, Zambia

Government Affiliation

Non-governmental program

Years

2004 -

Partner(s)

Not applicable or unknown

Ministry Affiliation

Unknown

Funder(s)

Not applicable or unknown

COVID-19 Response

Unknown

Areas of Work Back to Top

Education areas


Cross-cutting areas

  • WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene)

Program participants

Target Audience(s)

Not applicable or unknown

Age

Not applicable or unknown

School Enrolment Status

Not applicable or unknown

School Level

Not applicable or unknown

Other populations reached

Not applicable or unknown

Participants include

Not applicable or unknown

Program Approaches Back to Top

Water and sanitation

  • Improved water access

Program Goals Back to Top

Education goals

Not applicable or unknown

Cross-cutting goals

  • Improved health - other