“We can now grow fresh vegetables from our flourishing garden. Time taken to water the garden has been significantly reduced which also means children have more time to do their homework before it gets dark.”
“I wish there were nursery schools in my village where my young brother Hastings and the rest of children of his age would go…WASH project has helped me stay well and it means I can now go to school and be with my friends.” Madalo, 9.
The last couple of weeks have been exhausting but also incredibly rewarding as we can now witness the positive outcomes of the work we have been doing. We managed to collect enough resources in Mchere to complete the building of 10 more latrines. Previously the Mchere camp had just 4 latrines shared between over 2,000 […]
Work is progressing well and communities in Khuluvi school now have improved toilets and sanitation facilities. However, this week we faced some initial challenges which have made the work difficult. After building latrines at Khuluvi camp we moved to Mchere, another affected area. The weather is still a mixture of heavy rain and strong heat, but that […]
We reached Nsanje on Tuesday afternoon, the main affected area. I was introduced to the people from Concern Worldwide who we would be working alongside. We further proceeded to Khuluvi and Mchere School; the two areas most in need. We arrived at Khuluvi school and began work on Wednesday. Khuluvi evacuation centre was first priority […]