Hi everyone! My name is Shannon Brown and I am currently a freshman at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. This summer, I am hoping to travel to Tamale, Ghana with 19 others in order to help women there create, implement, and sustain a system that is able to bring clean water directly to their communities. The majority of people who live in Tamale get their water from a dugout that is contaminated with bacteria and fecal matter, causing many of these citizens to become sick. Saha works with the local women entrepenuers to provide them with simple, cost-effective water putifying systems so that these families have access to clean drinking water.
I am extremely grateful that I am able to partake in Saha's program for the summer of 2019. The accesibility to clean water on a daily basis is a privelege that I think many of us take advantage of, and I am excited to help the rural communities of Tamale create a source for clean water.
Please help me help Tamale by donating to this amazing cause! All of the money you donate will be put towards our project "budget", which allows for us to not only establish the water purifying system, but it allows the women entrepeneurs who are operating the business to sell the water to those in their community for an affodable price, as many of the people live on less than $2 a day. You can also Venmo me directly or write a check, and feel free to reach out to me if you would like any more information or visit Saha's website, www.SahaGlobal.org for a complete overview!
Thank you for your time and generosity!
*Since Saha Global is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation and all donations are tax-deductible. Those who make donations by check or through CrowdRise will be provided with a receipt.