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Make a Difference

Improve

Our team is dedicated to improving the lives of the Kenyan people one drop at a time.

Our Goal

Our goal is to provide clean water by drilling new wells in rural Kenyan villages.

Give

Your contributions make a difference in their quality of life.

Our Story

I was born and raised in Kenya. I grew up with the serious issues that the people have because of dirty, contaminated water. In the country, there are 37 hospitals and each day, the majority of cases they receive deal with sickness and disease from contaminated water.

I have seen how the water quality impacts people’s lives. My own family members have been hospitalized because of contaminated water, and most cases happen through coincidence. The mortality rate is high, especially for children, and the people suffer from vomiting, diarrhea, typhoid fever, and death because of the unknowns in the water.

I know the need for clean water, and I know the solution.

Since coming to the United States, I have seen the benefits of clean water. Living here,  it’s so simple to turn on a tap and have clean water immediately. And if we can have that here, why wouldn’t it be possible to have the same thing in Kenya? It’s possible! In villages of 10,000 people, we can reduce the number of cases of illness and disease to zero, and that is why I’ve created this organization.

 

Water Conditions

  •  “[Villagers] carry water an average of 6 kilometers (3.7 miles) a day.” - Kathryn Reid, World Vision

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  • “Severe drought has dried up water resources in half of Kenya’s 47 counties and an estimated 3 million people lack access to clean water.” - Reliefweb

  • “Only 9 out of 55 public water service providers in Kenya provide continuous water supply.” - Water.org
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  • “Water pathogens are a huge health problem in Kenya, as the people have been left unprotected against sporadic epidemics such as cholera and parasitic worms.” - Shannon Snyder, The Water Project

  • “Drought conditions have led to declines in school attendance...school participation and rising dropout rates.” - Reliefweb

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Get in Touch!

Phone: 208.541.4452
Email: kilumi200@gmail.com

3950 S. Yellowstone Hwy
Idaho Falls, Idaho 83402