The need for ongoing funds to dig new or repair broken wells continue.....We have many more projects waiting for us to begin.........to support this work please go to our online shop and send us your best gift. Thank you
...Safe water saves lives... We would like to be able to start another well in Uganda we need to raise another £2000 to be able to do this work. To set up a monthly standing order please PM me for details or You can support us by going here. paypal.me/edhenderson1…
Wells for Uganda H₂O What a great way to end this year, please celebrate with us. When this work is completed we will take a break into February next year when we will begin the work again. You can continue to support us by going here paypal.me/edhenderson1… with your best gift so that we can begin 2021 with a bang. Thank you all so much. Eddie Trina & Team
NEW WELL ?
So glad to report that well number two for this year has now been completed. From these wells 3500 people have access to safe clean drinking water. A huge thanks to all who have given finanically to this work.
However the risk of serious illness or even death from drinking contaminated water is a daily reality to people in Uganda and the need for more wells is forever at the horizon of our vision.
Would you help us in the construction of well number three? We continue to be able with proper financial scrutiny keep the construction costs for each well to £2000. Can we ask you to consider supporting this work and send a financial gift large or small to www.churchontheway.net or from our Facebook Wells for Uganda H20 to give instant bank transfer funds please do get in touch. Many thanks Eddie Henderson
In my next report I will introduce Daniel and Godfrey from Uganda who are both involved with the work of Wells for Uganda H2O
Having arrived back from my trip to Uganda I wanted to post a short video of a well we dug at the end of last year. This is what it's all about the supply of wells in various communities giving people a safer water source. We are planning to dig three more wells in the next period of time but need further finances to do so. Each well we dig we set the budget at £2000 and endeavour to keep within that budget, thankfully we have been successful with each well so far. Please give your donation towards the next well using the online store. ( check out Facebook Wells for Uganda H2O) Many Thanks Eddie
5. Apr, 2017
Why not help us make this year a year of change for some communities in Uganda. Please contribute towards a new well at a cost of £2000 each. Use the online store above and give your gift or contact me with your pledge. If you prefer you can give a gift monthly by Standing order get in touch and we can help you set up a payment with your bank. THE GREAT NEWS IS THAT ON THE 24Th APRIL WE BEGIN WORK ON TWO NEW WELLS IN KYEGEGWA DISTRICT UGANDA. THIS DISTRICT HAS NEED OF FIVE WELLS PLEASE HELP US RAISE THE EXTRA SIX THOUSAND POUNDS. Sincere thanks. Eddie
NEW VISION NEWSPAPER UGANDA REPORT by Watuwa Timbiti
At a communal water spring in Kinawataka, a low-end squalid suburb of Kampala, children with all sorts of repulsively dirty containers are not only collecting water, but equally littering the water point with rubbish. Visibly, the stagnant water down the collection point is such a distasteful sight. At a short distance away, some ladies are drawn in washing clothes, some of which contain child excreta, used water runs off to the water point, thus contaminating it. Such gross hygiene abuse is not limited to the Kinawataka spring, it is a replica of what happens at most community springs or water sources such as taps, in other poorly planned and densely populated areas of Kampala and Uganda as a whole. Many areas in the country have no access to safe water and improved sanitation. Consequently, lack of access to safe water and absence of sanitation integrity due to contamination of most water sources has over time spurred repercussions, both of an economic and health nature, especially water-related diseases such as diarrhoea. 400 die daily of diarrhoeal disease According to the minister of state for primary health care, as cited by the New Vision of February 25, over 400 people die daily of various infections, including diarrhoea, dysentery, cholera, typhoid, ebola and marburg fever. -
See more at: http://www.newvision.co.ug/…/dirty-water-major-cause-childr…
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