As an official partner of Viva con Agua, KWC supports the vision of “water for all” and is donating to water projects in Mozambique this Christmas.
Thanks to the overall project, 50,000 people in six districts within the Cabo Delgado and Nampula provinces in northern Mozambique benefit from access to safe drinking water, sanitary facilities and greater hygiene awareness through educated and trained authorities, businesses, handicraft associations and water committees.
The overall project in Mozambique helps to build new water supply systems on the one hand, while having a strong focus on improving hygiene and the education and training of authorities, operators, handicraft companies and water committees, on the other hand, so that water supply systems can also be maintained and repaired independently.
Specifically, the funds allow the following steps to be taken:
Construction of two spring wells (CHF 500 each)
Training for a well worker (CHF 1,000)
Construction of a rainwater tank (CHF 3,000)
Your support counts! By filling out the donation form below, you too can make a contribution to help even more people gain access to clean drinking water.
It’s this simple:
1. Make a donation to drinking water projects in Mozambique from 1 to 25 December 2023 using the following donation form.
2. To enable us to allocate your donation to the KWC partnership, please enter the following keyword in the Comments field: KWC
3. Many thanks for your support!
Viva con Agua supports clean drinking water worldwide! With positive activism and a lot of joy, we as a non-profit association and international network of people and organisations dedicate ourselves to the vision WATER FOR ALL – ALL FOR WATER.
703 million people worldwide do not have assured access to clean drinking water. 1.543 billion people don’t have access to basic sanitary provision and 1,953 billion people worldwide do not have assured access to basic hygiene provision.
We support water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) projects with local and international partner organisations and have already reached 3.8 million people.
All Viva con Agua WASH projects follow the interplay of access to clean drinking water, sanitation and hygiene sensitisation. This triad supports the long-term and sustainable success of the individual project measures.