Now that the community of Zogu has clean water, Humu and her family will be able to wash and drink with dignity. But there are still thousands of communities that do not have this basic human right. A lack of safe, clean drinking water is still the largest crisis facing people around our world today. Water is the foundational building block, and the first step, for any community in the developing world to begin moving toward self sufficiency and stability.
Together with our partners like HHI, RWDP, and supporters, we are working on solutions. We work in some of the hardest-to-reach places in Ghana to build infrastructure and help change attitudes about clean water. We work with local partners on the ground to make sure services can be maintained long after we’ve left these communities.
Humu’s village—Zogu— is just one of the many villages we’ve reached with clean water, but we won’t stop until everyone has the same opportunity.