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Call to Action: Help Empower Women through Clean Water Access in Tharaka Nithi County

Call to Action: Help Empower Women through Clean Water Access in Tharaka Nithi County!

Approximately 41% of Kenyans lack access to clean water sources, with rural areas experiencing greater challenges than urban areas (UNICEF, 2023).

Only 9 out of 55 public water service providers in Kenya provide continuous water supply, leaving many communities reliant on intermittent water access (World Bank, 2022).

Over 19 million Kenyans consume water contaminated with harmful bacteria, leading to widespread health issues such as diarrheal diseases (UNICEF, 2023).

Women and girls often bear the brunt of the water crisis, with many having to walk long distances to collect water from unsafe sources, impacting their education, health, and economic opportunities (Various reports on gender and water access in Kenya).

Climate change exacerbates water scarcity in Kenya, with erratic rainfall patterns and prolonged droughts leading to decreased water availability, particularly in arid and semi-arid regions (IPCC, Kenya Meteorological Department, 2021).

Access to clean water is a basic human right, yet many women in Tharaka Nithi County are forced to trek for hours each day to access water from distant and dangerous sources. Our organization is committed to changing this reality by drilling boreholes and implementing sustainable water solutions in these communities.

Our proposal program focuses on drilling boreholes to provide a reliable source of clean water. By working closely with local stakeholders, we ensure our interventions meet the specific needs of the community, guaranteeing long-lasting impact.

The benefits of clean water access are immense: improved health, economic opportunities, and social development. With your support, women can engage in income-generating activities, pursue education, and enhance their overall quality of life.

Tharaka Nithi County faces challenges like human-wildlife conflicts and frequent dry seasons, exacerbating water scarcity. Our solution includes drilling boreholes equipped with irrigation systems and installing water tanks to ensure a reliable water supply, even during droughts.

However, we need your help to make this vision a reality. Your donation will directly contribute to drilling boreholes, installing irrigation systems, and providing water tanks to empower women and their communities.

Let's work together to create a future where clean water is accessible to all. Join us in empowering women and fostering sustainable development in Tharaka Nithi County.

We estimate the cost of drilling one borehole without irrigation pipes is 800,000 Ksh, (5,153.5€) while piping for approximately 30 families would cost around 600,000 Ksh. For water storage, each tank would cost around 100,000 Ksh (644.16€), and we aim to install 30 tanks 19.324€. While the initial investment is significant, the long-term benefits and impact on the community justify the expenditure.

Donate now and make a difference!

Curator Munllonch


IPCC. (2022.). Climate Change 2021: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability. Retrieved from [link to report]

Kenya Meteorological Department. (2022). Annual Climate Reports. Retrieved from [link to specific report]

UNICEF. (2023). Kenya: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene. Retrieved from [link to specific UNICEF report]

World Bank. (2022). Kenya Water Supply, Sanitation, and Hygiene Poverty Diagnostic. Retrieved from [link to specific World Bank report]


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