WaterHarvest Strategy Update and Annual Review 2023
This year we have delivered 3 programmes in India and 2 pilot programmes in Ghana and Kenya. This work included building 156 rainwater harvesting systems, building one sand dam in Kenya and helping to establish 22 micro water businesses in Ghana. We continue to work in remote communities, where climate change greatly affects the vulnerable communities who are still lacking access to a source of clean water close to their homes or schools.
We are delighted to share our 2022/23 Annual Review. This year we have delivered 3 programmes in India and 2 […]
We are excited to share an update from our partner in Ghana. With this partner, we are funding the creation […]
The impact of chauka in the words of one farmer ‘I am Kaluram from Balapura village. Right now I’m feeding […]
Damaben Dayabhai Makwana lives in the Wadivistar area of Ratanpar village. She has seven members in her family, who depend […]
Empowerment of women and girls is an important part of our programmes. Water safety training increases health awareness for women […]
Life is looking up for two women Lali Devi lives in Roshanpura. She was responsible for fetching drinking water for […]
We would like to thank Alyson Mitchell for raising more than £7,500 for WaterHarvest running this year’s London Marathon. Alyson […]
Some 35 people gathered in Winchester at the end of September for an event, designed to be part of Winchester […]
We are delighted to share our new strategy update. This year our work in India continues with a substantial programme […]
Help rural communities source clean water
Over 2 billion people around the world do not have access to safely managed drinking water services. Around 80% of these people live in rural communities. We work with local communities to provide clean drinking water to last mile communities.
£4 provides a family in rural India with clean water at home for a month.
£70 pays for a class of 30 children in Uganda to have water at school for over 10 years.
£1,150 sets up a sustainable clean drinking water business in Ghana.