Safe Water

Water has many uses in a community like Kpilo

It is used for cleaning, drinking, growing crops, making shea butter and feeding the animals. For the Muslim communities, it is also used for religious obligations for the five daily prayers.

But just imagine, if the only water source available was several kilometres away, and the only way to get there was to walk under the hot daytime sun.

Clean water is also vital for the growing of crops, which is one of the sources of income for Kpilo. We have plans to install a water irrigation system to improve land productivity.

7 million people lack access to clean water in rural areas

22.2 million have no adequate sanitation facility

A quarter of deaths in under-5’s is due to diarrhoea

Diarrhoeal disease is the third most common illness in Ghana

Dirty water harbours diseases

Nasty bugs and worms live in dirty water. But this is often the only water available. There is no clean water supply in Kpilo.

It is used for cleaning, drinking, growing crops, making shea butter and feeding the animals. For the Muslim communities, it is also used for religious obligations for the five daily prayers.

Educate to Prevent

Highlight the importance of sanitation and hygiene, aswell as the importance of drinking clean water.

Implement

Build safe water sources in the community and on the fields

Treat

Treat existing disease with simple innovations such as oral re-hydration therapy and de-worming

General Charity

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Zakat

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Sadaqah

In the near future, we plan to collect lots of materials and send them to Kpilo, to directly support the community.
Books, stationary, medicines, clothing, tools… The list goes on!
Keep an eye out and visit us soon to find out what plans we have in store.

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