Water Campaign

Water Campaign

FIX AN EXISTING WATERWELL AND HANDPUMP TO TRANSFORM
TCHALILIMA PRIMARY SCHOOL IN ANGOLA

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Progress will be tracked on our water tap below :

Tchalilima Primary School

Babaera Commune, Angola

TEACHERS: 12
STUDENTS ENROLLED: 848

£10,000 REQUIRED

Rehabilitating an existing water system is a fast, cost-effective way of providing safe water to a community. This project aims to restore access to safe water at Tchalilima Primary School by the rehabilitation of the broken-down water well. The project includes a plan to upgrade the school’s latrine facilities and to provide WASH training on good hygiene and sanitation practices. In addition, a school garden will be established to supplement JAM’s nutritional feeding programme for the students of the school.

Your donation and fundraising will be used to sponsor this water project in Angola. Any gift amount is
welcome and will help unlock potential in this school and community.

WATER CHANGES EVERYTHING

Sanitation and Hygiene

Sanitation and Hygiene

Everything related to the provision of water, water systems and training for the safe and adequate disposal of sewage. This is important to prevent the cause and spread of disease. Access to clean water promotes handwashing and is the best way to prevent water related diseases.

Food and Health

Clean water is vital for maintaining a healthy body. 80% of diseases in developing countries are waterborne, these are preventable with improved sanitation and clean water. Schools can cook safely, clean utensils and grow their own vegetables to be used to supplement their diets with clean water.

Education and Empowerment

Teachers and children spend their days collecting water for their students or families,and often stay home ill because of water-related diseases instead of attending school. Woman are twice as likely to walk and fetch water. Water Projects nearby can save time and give woman freedom and opportunity.

Water is carried by hand from the Jandjola river to prepare school meals for 848 students.

The restored borehole will provide the students with clean and safe water on the school premises

When you help build a well, you provide a pathway out of poverty.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO REPAIR THE WELL?

Repair school water borehole and pump £ 3,500
Upgrade Latrine Facilities £ 3,000
Hygiene and sanitation training £ 500
Establish school community garden £ 3,000
TOTAL £10,000

HOW TO HELP

STUDENTS AND TEACHERS ARE WAITING FOR WATER. OUR TEAMS ARE READY TO RESPOND.
YOU MAKE IT POSSIBLE.

This school of 848 students is in need of immediate funding.

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Our Commitment

Your gift is a sacred trust. We promise to honor your generosity and use your donation in the most effective way possible. The multiplying effect from grants and donated goods may change throughout the year on identical or similar projects due to variations in the start and end dates of donor grants and our programs.Have questions about sponsoring this project? Please get in touch with our team jamuk@jamint.com