Here at Pump Aid we are committed to creating a working environment with equitable pay and benefits, equality of opportunity, a diverse workforce and equal respect for each individual’s contribution to the aims, values and goals of Pump Aid. We invest considerable time and effort in creating a working environment (both in the UK and […]
In an effort to contribute towards improved access to safe and clean water as well and good sanitation for all, Pump Aid works towards partnering and networking with other WASH NGOs in Malawi who are working towards the same goal. Here are some of the highlights on some partnerships and networking activities that I have […]
I started volunteering at Pump Aid in November 2015. I already had an interest in water governance from time spent at University and I was eager to gain some first-hand experience of work within the sector. In that regards my time volunteering at Pump Aid has been fantastic. Since November 2015 I have been involved […]
Hi, my name is Duncan and I’m the Director of Programmes for Pump Aid. I’ve been with Pump Aid now for two years and I feel really privileged to work for such a great organisation. Not only is what we do really practical, useful work that provides clear benefit to (some of the poorest) people […]
Fundraising events always make me smile and this weekend was no exception. I joined many of the Pump Aid team along with some fantastic volunteers at the Hackney Half Marathon on Sunday 8 May to cheer on the fantastic Pump Aid runners.
This is the first blog post by our Chairman, Stefan Allesch-Taylor CBE, who thinks the private sector can deliver the new Sustainable Development Goals following our latest work with local entrepreneurs.
Who knew that repairing bicycles could help save lives? We meet Brighton from Gundani Village in Kasungu who tells us how he started his own water pump business.
In the 2nd of our World Water Day stories we meet Doreen, a former volunteer for Gumba hospital who explains how her experience led her to work alongside Pump Aid and help transform the lives of Kwanji village.
“My kids were always late for school because I used to ask them to help me fetch water. But now I am able to prepare my grandchildren on time. I am a living testimony…”
The morning rain has just begun to recede and it’s 1 o’clock in the afternoon as I approach the home of Stephano and Dorothy who have graciously invited me into their home. As I arrive they are gathered inside their small thatched mud house, taking a break from a days work on the farm, and […]