Hi! My name is Maggie Richins and I am currently at first-year student studying at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, Massachusetts. For three weeks this summer, I will be traveling with Saha Global to rural communities in northern Ghana to install and educate locals on clean water systems and the benefits of clean water.
I'm raising money for our trip during the Summer of 2019 for the costs of all necessary resources and equipment to help those in northern Ghana, and your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps, as without donations for the proper resources, no clean water system can be made. Thank you for your support. I've included information about Saha Global below.
Saha gets the cleanest water to the poorest people. We work in rural Northern Region
Ghana where we set up entrepreneurial women with chlorinating businesses that provide clean water that all can afford. To date, we have trained 378 women entrepreneurs who have launched 134 clean water businesses that serve approximately 62,458 people. It costs Saha $13 to bring clean water to one person. Donate here to support our work.
Below is a link to the Saha Global overview page for more information.http://sahaglobal.org/what-we-do/overview/