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Our Vision
& Mission
This is what we value
Open Communication
We are transparent with integrity and stewardship to all key stakeholders on all matters
Advocacy
We raise a voice for the disadvantaged with special focus on the children and mothers.
Inclusiveness
We embrace all people irrespective of race, gender and or disability
Empowerment
We build the capacity of beneficiaries through improved health & behavioural change
Team work

We Collaboratively use individual skills and provide constructive feedback for excellent outcomes

Excellence
We aim for excellence, being accurate and precise in decisions, strategies and approaches
Why we exist
Our aim is to help communities fight diarrhoea diseases

We exist to help communities mitigate the challenges brought about by poor access to safe water, proper Sanitation and Hygiene. Our target is 90/100 beneficiaries to live free from diarrhoea infections and are economically empowered through the development of Village Savings and Loans Associations (VSLAs).

Where we work
We currently operate in 11 districts of Uganda and are expanding to reach more communities

Our program focuses mainly on the rural areas of Uganda, particularly those that are water-stressed, which at the same time double as the most affected by WASH-related sicknesses, such as acute diarrhoea, dysentery and cholera. Currently, our program spans 11 districts: Kisoro, Rubanda, Kanungu, Buikwe, Tororo, Busia, Kumi, Kamuli, Pakwach, Nebbi and Zombo districts.

What we do
We co-create with communities, providing community centred approaches to challenges

We empower communities by triggering and training basic water treatment skills, equipping them with knowledge regarding proper sanitation and hygiene, and enabling them to take charge of their development.

Since our inception as a WASH organization, we have expanded the program to include clean and sustainable energy production and empowerment of the most vulnerable teenage girls and mothers through providing opportunities to access education.

Our current coverage
With more than 150,000 families accessing proper sanitation & safe water today across 11 districts. our partnerships continue to grow
With more than 150,000 families accessing proper sanitation & safe water today, we continue to enjoy partnerships with 5 institutions that are currently funding the work that we do in the field. These the partners that continue to enable us make a difference among communities.
Meet our partners
With more than 150,000 families accessing proper sanitation & safe water today, we continue to enjoy partnerships with 5 institutions that are currently funding the work that we do in the field. These are the partners that continue to enable us make a difference among communities.
See the impact of clean water
Read inspiring stories from our beneficiaries