Tag Archives: Finding Water

Clean Water Saves Lives!

Aid Africa at work! Eighty percent of communicable diseases are water born. If we can give a community water that’s clean where the pigs and goats don’t pee and poo in it, we can cut worms and deadly diseases like … Continue reading

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Clean Water Saves Lives

For more information about Aid Africa’s water projects, visit¬†http://www.aidafrica.net/water/ To learn about how Aid Africa drills its wells, watch this short video:¬†https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxMNwVBWL4s

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Clean Water Saves Thousands of Lives

Locally accessible clean water is essential to the sanitation and healthy development of a village. Without it… Women and children spend hours retrieving water. Water-borne illnesses flourish and people’s existing medical conditions are exacerba… Continue reading

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Clean Water for Cet Kana!

Just a week after the project began, we finished our first sheltered spring in the village of Cet Kana (outside Gulu, Northern Uganda). The spring will supply hundreds of people clean water for drinking, bathing, cooking and general use all year ‘… Continue reading

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Building A New Sheltered Spring

Here’s one of our sheltered spring projects “in process.” Sheltering the spring provides easy access to the water and reduces the disease and parasites found in the water itself. Continue reading

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Scouting A Site for a New Sheltered Spring

In this video, our volunteer Executive Director, Peter Keller, is in Uganda and scouting a location for a new sheltered spring. Aid Africa digs, repairs and maintains vital water sources – including sheltered springs and wells – critical for provi… Continue reading

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Dirty Springs Spread Disease

Watch this woman getting water from this dirty spring. Those that have access to water often only have access to this kind of water. Continue reading

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