Clean water isn’t a luxury, it’s a basic human right. Millions of people around the world still don’t have access to clean water. Improving access to clean water can help combat poverty by reducing illness, allowing girls to go to school, leading to better agriculture and access to food, and opening the door to income-generating opportunities for families.
My class is involved in experiencial service learning, as we have been working on our own water project and will be attending the WE Water Walk on May 10, and will host a school-wide water walk on May 13!
I will be going to Tanzania this summer, leading a group of high school students on a volunteer trip, working with children in local schools and building classrooms. I will also attend a water walk in Tanzania, that the local people there do on a daily basis, carrying back heavy jugs from a long distance.
$25 can give one person clean water for the rest of their life.
All donations are greatly appreciated!! Funds will go towards building wells and providing people with access to clean water.