Half of the worlds hospital beds are filled with people suffering from a water-related disease
45,000 people in our area need clean, safe water.
We have initiated a safe water program and intend to ensure that everyone in our area (around 45,000 people) has access to clean, safe water.
We support 14 centres, each with a number of satellite villages (anything up to 40).
We install purpose-built water collectors (see below) and also build rammed earth water harvesters.
Did you know?
When we receive 1mm of rain and it falls on 1 square metre of roof we get one litre of water. 1mm x1m2=1litre. Malawi gets an annual average rainfall of around 800mm per year. If that rain falls on an average class-room of say 100 square metres, then 80,000 litres of rain can be harvested in one season.
Water is identified as one of the highest priorities. 45,000 people in our area need clean, safe water.Find out more
Boreholes are the cleanest source of water. See where the Rotary International funded wells are installed.Find out more
Sanitation links closely with water and health issues. Our Tapping Potential group links all of these areas.Find out more