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WorldWide Watershortage: your projects

  1. Kenya needs clean drinking water!

    Kenya needs clean drinking water!
    Location: Mwingi, Kenya

    Viva con Agua supports Kenya with a long-lasting engagemnt by building another rock catchment within our project region Mwingi to fight the outcome of the continuing drought.

  2. Paul's journey around the world

    Paul's journey around the world
    Location: Berlin, Germany

    Hi, my name is Paul, and I'm a waterdrop. In this project you can follow my journey from Bolivia through India to Germany and see, how I meet again with my friend Paulina.

  3. Rainwater for fruit and vegetable cultivation

    Rainwater for fruit and vegetable cultivation
    Location: Nakuru District, Kenya

    The use of rainwater allows small family-run farms in Kenya to vary their crops and increase their earnings. This especially helps small farms in drought-prone regions to acquire a solid economic foundation.

  4. Dry Toilets for the North of Namibia

    Dry Toilets for the North of Namibia
    Location: Otjiwarongo, Namibia

    600 dry Otji-toilets will be built in the settlements in the city Otjiwarongo and in other areas. This should curb the occurrence of infectious illnesses, one of the most serious dangers to human health. 75 Euros pays for one toilet.

  5. Water for Bolivia

    Water for Bolivia
    Location: Atocha, Bolivia

    A water supply and sanitation facilities will be constructed in three Bolivian villages, thereby establishing agriculture in order to improve the sanitary, health and societal situation for about 5,500 people.

  6. WATER! School Project

    WATER! School Project
    Location: Dresden, Germany

    Why do we eat more water than we drink? What does the Middle East conflict have to do with water? Our exciting project day deals with the topic of Water for students in the 5-12 grades.