Water for Kids trustees visit to Zambia September 2022

kids splashing water

In September 2022 three trustees made their first visit to Zambia in four years to monitor completed projects, meet old and new colleagues and to scope further projects. The visit was a great success. It was the first opportunity to meet in person with the newly appointed project manager, Clavel Mulenga, an environmental health professional with a real passion for … Read More

Uganda Update

Uganda wfk project

After the successful completion of two large holistic community projects in Busera and Nakivumbi the local team revisited the projects to carry out an in- depth evaluation. This has shown vast improvements in the health and wellbeing of both communities and increased school attendance of mature girls due to new washrooms. The team have also protected eight water springs giving … Read More

Welcome to our new trustee Favour Nyikosa

Favour Nyikosa

Favour has a background in technology, having a PhD in Machine Learning from Oxford University and Computer Science degrees from Imperial College London & the University of Zambia. He is currently the Chief Technology Officer of a financial technology company. Favour was born and grew up in Zambia. He has seen first-hand the hardships people in remote areas face and … Read More

Kenya Update

Ndhiwa rain harvesting

In July the first part of phase two of a project to provide Rain water Harvesting (RWH) and new latrines with washrooms for mature girls at two schools in Ndhiwa Kenya was completed. The second part is to provide RWH at another school which is currently in progress. This project was made possible with donations from North East CIEH, Acorn … Read More

Thank you to Killgerm and the Iganga Reunion and Jubilee Celebration Group

Thank you Kilgerm

We would like to say a big thank you to a new supporter: The Iganga Reunion and Jubilee Celebration Group for their donation of £1,628. It was handed to trustee Barbara Lucas at the Rebuilding Lives Exhibition at New Walk Museum in Leicester. This will fund the protection of a spring water source in the Iganga District. We are very … Read More