In Kenya, it is estimated that 25 million people do not have access to safe drinking water. The health risks are enormous. In addition, the amount of time many Kenyans spend every day just fetching unsafe water and boiling it that still might make them sick, is tremendous. Having dependable access to clean water nearby greatly improves the health in a community, and gives many poor people time back to devote towards education and other eco- nomic endeavors, which helps to lift everyone out of poverty. We have identified a number of local communities that could use various projects to improve their access to clean, safe drinking water.
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$2,195 for a Rain Harvest System at a school
$3,215 for a Community Water Connection
$25,000 to Drill a New Water Well