Water and sanitation
Nearly one billion people do not have access to clean, safe and accessible water – that’s the equivalent of 1 in 8 people on the planet! For these people, poverty is a fact of life. Globally diseases waterborne and sanitation‐related infections are one of the major contributors to diseases burden and mortality. The main burden of disease in this category falls on the poorest societies and on children under 5 years. The lack of water is an often insurmountable obstacle to helping oneself.
1-You can’t grow food,
2-you can’t build housing,
3- you can’t stay healthy,
4-you can’t stay in school and
5- you can’t keep working.
Without clean, safe and accessible water, the possibility of breaking out of the cycle of poverty is incredibly slim, especially for women and children, this crisis is real. voluntary rural community empowerment Uganda (VRCEU) is currently soliciting funds for the construction of solar powered borehole for these communities,
- Reduce on the distance and time for children especially the girl child collecting water after and before school
- Reduce on the cost of treatment on health related water bone diseases
since they are easy to maintain
For a one off Donation of 5,494 US Dollars you can construct a solar powered bore-hole for over 1121 house holds